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TREMONT COOP FALL HARVEST PROCEDURES AND COVID-19

With harvest approaching, we wanted to update our patrons and community with our plans for fall harvest operations at all Tremont Cooperative facilities. Our priority remains keeping our staff and our customers safe and healthy and to keep business running as smoothly as possible. However, in light of the ever-changing requirements from public health officials, we have decided we will be able to best serve everyone by taking the following precautions:

**All Tremont Coop offices will be closed with limited access for essential business until further notice. We are taking these precautions to ensure our staff is able to continue serving you through harvest and ensure that we run as normal as possible. Additionally, we will be closing all scale houses and will have signs around our facilities with contact numbers if you require assistance.**

We will still be available by phone, email and text. We will continue mailing checks, settlements and paperwork as much as possible but will be able to have paperwork picked up at our offices with prior communication.

We are also posting a link to a Power of Attorney form for signing Price Later agreements. We have several customers who use these currently and would encourage you to consider using this tool to limit your trips to the office if possible. This form does not need to be signed in front of a notary public but rather a witness at any of our offices could substitute for that requirement. Please call us if you would like to discuss this further.

 

Power of Attorney form

2020 Crop Tour Results

 

Tremont Co-operative is partnering up with Total Farm Marketing to add a managed pricing program to our marketing tools. The TFM PriceProducer contracts are professionally managed by a team and offer a variety of contracts to choose from for both corn and soybeans for a small fee.

For more information, learn more here.

For a quick link to FAQs, click here.

Sign ups are open now, please contact our offices if you want to enroll bushels or if you have any other questions. The TFM PriceProducer contracts have an enrollment deadline of 9/25/20.

 

Check out the  RESOURCES  tab on the right for a listing of contracts we offer here at Tremont Coop.
Marketing Tools comparison 

2020 Average Pricing Program
 

 

 Soybean Shrink Schedule Change --
Soybeans delivered to Tremont and Adwell will now only be shrunk 1.5% per half-point above 14.5% moisture. Soybeans delivered to Toboggan will still remain at 2.0% per half-point above 14.5%. All bean loads 14.5% and under will still be averaged at all locations.

  Tremont Coop will now be able to handle Duracade corn.

All other traits still not approved for export markets will still not be able to be taken at any Tremont Coop facility. 

    

 

  


 

 

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Phone numbers
Tremont     925-4981
Adwell        347-6135
Toboggan  244-7154

You can receive your grain payments by direct deposit! Please click on the Cust. Account link in the menu above at the top right of the page for more details.
 

 

2020 Crop Ins Prices: $3.88 and $9.17

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Commentary
Wheat Futures Mostly 3 Cents Higher -

Overnight wheat trading has nudged prices mostly 3 cents per bushel higher. Yesterday, spring wheat led the complex with 1.2% to 1.7% gains. HRW

Cotton Bulls Still Running -

Cotton followed the triple digit Monday gains with 31 to 35 point gains overnight. At the close yesterday, cotton was 110 to 124 points higher in

Soybean Market Up 5 to 7 Cents -

Soybean futures are trading 5 to 7 cents per bushel higher this morning. The soy complex was mixed on Monday with strength in meal. Beans were 0.3

Ag Market Commentary -

After opening the week with 2 1/4 to 3 3/4 cent gains on Monday, corn is trading fractionally higher this morning. NASS showed the corn crop was 97%

Corn Market Fractionally Higher -

After opening the week with 2 1/4 to 3 3/4 cent gains on Monday, corn is trading fractionally higher this morning. NASS showed the corn crop was 97%

Cattle Market Losses Accelerated on Monday -

The cattle complex fell hard on Monday, a nickel off limit losses in feeders. Fat cattle closed +$3 in the red. Feeder cattle were $3.50 to $4.95

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