Grain Marketing & Services

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With 20+ locations across Ohio, a Heritage Cooperative® grain facility is never far away. Between our well-trained employees and well-maintained equipment, our goal is to get you unloaded and back on the road as quickly as possible. Many of our locations are open extra hours during harvest season to keep local combines rolling.

Just as importantly, however, is that your Heritage grain team works for you, our farmer-owners. It’s in our best interest to get you the highest possible price for your grain. Our traders are in the market every day, and bring years of grain marketing experience to bear on your behalf.   

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Cash Bids & Futures

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Jan21
Feb21
CORN
4.04 -0.15
4.09 -0.10
4.09 -0.10
SOYBEANS
11.37 -0.20
11.42 -0.15
11.42 -0.15
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CORN
Symbol Contract Last Open Close High Low Change  
Dec '20 @C0Z Dec '20 4.1375 4.1450 4.1475 4.1475 4.1175 -0.0100
Mar '21 @C1H Mar '21 4.1900 4.2075 4.2075 4.2075 4.1675 -0.0175
May '21 @C1K May '21 4.2250 4.2375 4.2400 4.2400 4.2025 -0.0150
Jul '21 @C1N Jul '21 4.2300 4.2400 4.2475 4.2450 4.2075 -0.0175
SOYBEANS
Symbol Contract Last Open Close High Low Change  
Jan '21 @S1F Jan '21 11.5650 11.6375 11.6200 11.6400 11.5575 -0.0550
Mar '21 @S1H Mar '21 11.5750 11.6425 11.6300 11.6500 11.5675 -0.0550
May '21 @S1K May '21 11.5550 11.6250 11.6100 11.6275 11.5475 -0.0550
Jul '21 @S1N Jul '21 11.5275 11.5950 11.5850 11.6025 11.5225 -0.0575
WHEAT
Symbol Contract Last Open Close High Low Change  
Dec '20 @W0Z Dec '20 5.6550 5.6550 5.6550 5.6550 5.6550 0.0000
Mar '21 @W1H Mar '21 5.7900 5.7825 5.7725 5.7925 5.7575 0.0175
May '21 @W1K May '21 5.8250 5.8175 5.8125 5.8325 5.7975 0.0125
Jul '21 @W1N Jul '21 5.8275 5.8200 5.8100 5.8300 5.7975 0.0175
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Grain Marketing & Services

There are plenty of options for storing, selling and taking payment for your grain at Heritage Cooperative. You may click on any of the topics listed below, contact our Grain Department. We’d be happy to provide further explanation.

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Grain News

DTN Early Word Grains 12/01 05:55

12/1/2020 - 06:27:00

DTN Early Word Grains         12/01 05:55
   Grains Begin December on Higher Note

   March corn is up 1 1/2 cents per bushel, January soybeans are up 2 1/4
cents, and March KC wheat is up 3 cents.

Tregg Cronin
DTN Contributing Analyst

   Pre-6 a.m. Globex Prices: March corn is up 1 1/2 cents per bushel, January
soybeans are up 2 1/4 cents, and March KC wheat is up 3 cents.

   CME Globex Recap: Stronger equity markets to begin the month of December
with many indices looking to set fresh records in the last month of 2020. Asian
markets led the way higher overnight as Chinese industrial activity was
reportedly accelerating at its fastest pace in a decade for the month of
November. The Caixin purchasing manager's index for China came in at 54.9 for
November, well above the 50.0 level which denotes contraction/expansion. In the
U.S., there is still plenty of optimism toward a COVID vaccine arriving in the
next several weeks and 2021 looking a great deal different than 2020. Energy
markets are quietly mixed overnight, the U.S. Dollar Index is slightly weaker
and precious metals are firmer. Grain markets are higher across the board,
stabilizing from yesterday's washout. The balance of the week could tell us
whether Monday's losses were tied more to month end than any major shift in
fundamentals.

   OUTSIDE MARKETS: Previous closes on Monday showed the Dow Jones Industrial
Average down 271.73 at 29,638.64 and the S&P 500 down 16.72 at 3,638.35 while
the 10-Year Treasury yield ended at 0.844%. Early Tuesday, the December DJIA
futures are up 332 points. Asian markets are higher with Japan's Nikkei 225 up
353.92 (1.34%) and China's Shanghai Composite up 60.18 points (1.77%). European
markets are higher with London's FTSE 100 up 115.5 points (1.84%), Germany's
DAX up 120.77 points (0.91%) and France's CAC 40 up 55.58 points (1.01%). The
December Euro is up 0.002 at 1.200 and the December U.S. dollar index is down
0.153 at 91.705. The December 30-Year T-Bond is down 12/32nds, while December
gold is up $19.10 at $1,794.80 and January crude oil is down $0.02 at $45.32.
Soybeans on China's Dalian Exchange were down 1.01% while soybean meal was down
0.73% and corn up 0.19%.

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Regional Grain Branches

Kenton Grain
800-288-2318

Upper Sandusky Grain
800-686-9278

Urbana Grain
800-424-2584

Mechanicsburg Grain
937-834-2416

Marysville Ag Campus
937-642-3841

Canfield Region
800-772-7707

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