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Located in Coshocton, OH Phone: (800) 421-1595 Fax: (740) 622-1911
Located in Horace, Illinois Phone: 217-466-2200, Fax 855-205-7006
 
Sunday, September 21, 2014
 
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The mission of our company is to provide
the best possible market

for grain produced in the local
and surrounding area. 
                                                                             
COSHOCTON GRAIN COMPANY

 
 

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Dear Coshocton Grain Producer,
We will now begin the process of trying to help you find homes for the corn and beans that you intended to deliver to Coshocton that was not previously contracted.  Some of the area elevators have expressed a willingness to help us find homes for these bushels.  If you are on our nightly bid sheet email list you will be getting a copy of this bid sheet each evening.  If you do not get the regular bid sheet by email you can either call the grain buyers for these values, or ask to be added to our email list. 
The off site bid sheet shows destinations who are willing to help us help you.  We will post bids to each destination each night on the close.   You can forward contract with us for delivery to these locations starting today.  We strongly suggest that you consider a forward contract since it will allow us to make arrangements for your bushels and help insure a place for you to deliver.
It is important to understand the terms and conditions of these bids. 
All bids are for October-November Delivery
Destination Weights, Grades and Discounts to Apply
Destination Delayed Price Charges to Apply
Destination Posted Bid Used to Price Delayed Price
Spot Sales will be Priced at Closing Bid of Destination Elevator
Prior Notice of Intent to Deliver Spot of D/P Requested
The List of Participating Elevators is Subject to Change at any Time

If you have any questions about this list please call Missy, Scott or Jesse for clarification.   You should also remember that this list is subject to change at any time as each destination assesses their space situation and how much extra grain they can handle.  We will get a list of d/p charges at each location as soon as those values are set.  Many elevators in the area are still trying to figure this out.   We have discount schedules for wet corn and wet beans and can provide that information upon request.
Thank you for your patience as we work through our demolition and re-construction at Coshocton.



We will be closed at our Hebron facility from Monday September 8th through Friday September 19th.  We need to take care of some badly needed repairs so that we are ready for the big harvest that will start in early October.

Progress report for the Coshocton facility:
We continue to empty out grain bins.  Since it is all being done with portable vacs, it is a slow a tedious project.  Once all bins are empty, stuctural engineers will examine and test each bin to determine whether they are usable or need to be repaired or torn down.  After this takes place we will continue with the demolition and clean up process.

Only after all demolition and clean up are complete will we be able to analyze replacement needs for equipment and bins.  It is quite likely that any new construction will not take place until next spring. 

We have been diligently working to find homes for all your existing October-November contracts.  If you have not heard from us, please call Missy, Scott or Jesse and get your details worked out.  Once we have found a home for all existing October-November contracts we will do our best to work with you and other area grain elevators to find a room for additional grain you may need to move this fall.

If we have already talked to you we will be sending you amended contracts that will show the new destinations that we have discussed with you for your contracts.  Please sign and return one copy of these amended contracts and keep one for your records.  
 

We will continue to to post bids for new crop corn and beans to our Hebron facility.   Moisture maximums are limited to 17% on corn and 15% on beans at that location.  Space will be limited at Hebron this fall so we encourage you to make contracts for delivery here so we can prepare for the extra volume that will head that direction.

Check back to this site for periodic updates. We also will maintain contact with our bid-sheet list via email. If you have any questions, please call Scott Jones at 800-637-2611.

Thank you for your thoughts and patience.


Our current HTA fees are 5 cents per bushel for corn HTA's and 10 cents per bushel for Bean HTA's.






                                                                                                                                                 

 
 


 



Welcome to Coshocton Grain

WE LOOK FORWARD TO HELPING YOU MARKET YOUR GRAIN.

PLEASE REMEMBER, OUR GRAIN BIDS ARE
BASED UPON BOTH THE CBOT DAYTIME
AND OVERNIGHT ELECTRONIC TRADING ACTIVITY.
PLEASE CALL US, FROM 7:30 AM. UNTIL 4:30 PM.
EACH WEEKDAY, TO CONFIRM CURRENT BIDS.

Delivery Hours

                                                                                                                            COSHOCTON      MONDAY - FRIDAY     
                           7:30 AM TO 4:30 PM

HEBRON             MONDAY - FRIDAY     
                           8:00 AM TO 4:30 PM


Local Cash Bids
COSHOCTON , OHIO Delivery Basis   Cash    
 Corn Chart JUNE 15    
  Chart JULY 15    
  Chart O-N 15    
  Chart JAN 16    
 Soybeans Chart O-N 15    
  Chart JAN 16    
HEBRON, OHIO Delivery Basis   Cash    
 Corn Chart SEPT    
  Chart O-N 14    
  Chart DEC 14    
  Chart JAN 15    
  Chart FEB 15    
  Chart MAR 15    
  Chart APRIL 15    
  Chart MAY 15    
  Chart JUNE 15    
  Chart JULY 15    
  Chart O-N 15    
  Chart JAN 16    
 Soybeans Chart SEPT    
  Chart O-N 14    
  Chart JAN 15    
  Chart FEB 15    
  Chart MAR 15    
  Chart APRIL 15    
  Chart MAY 15    
  Chart O-N 15    
  Chart JAN 16    
JOHNSTOWN, OHIO Delivery Basis   Cash    
 Corn Chart DEC 14    
  Chart JAN 15    
  Chart FEB 15    
  Chart MAR 15    
  Chart APRIL 15    
  Chart MAY 15    
  Chart JUNE 15    
  Chart JULY 15    
  Chart O-N 15    
HORACE, ILLINOIS Delivery Basis   Cash    
 Corn Chart By 9/25    
  Chart S-O-N 14    
  Chart DEC 14    
  Chart JAN 15    
  Chart FEB 15    
  Chart MAR 15    
  Chart APRIL 15    
  Chart MAY 15    
  Chart JUNE 15    
  Chart JULY 15    
  Chart S-O-N 15    
 Soybeans Chart By 9/23    
  Chart S-O-N 14    
  Chart JAN 15    
  Chart MAR 15    
  Chart MAY 15    
  Chart S-O-N 15    
  Chart JAN 16    
Price as of 09/21/14 07:06AM CDT.
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Cash prices are updated periodically, usually ten minutes,

throughout the day based upon the CBOT trading session. 

All bids are subject to daytime changes,

overnight trading fluctuations, and confirmation.

 


Quotes
 
@C - CORN - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Dec 338'2 331'4 331'6 -6'6
Mar 350'6 344'0 344'0 -6'4
May 359'0 352'6 352'6 -6'2
Jul 366'0 359'6 360'0 -6'2
Sep 373'2 367'2 367'6 -6'4
Dec 384'0 378'2 378'6 -5'6
 
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Nov 972'0 956'0 957'6 -14'4
Jan 979'6 964'2 966'0 -14'2
Mar 987'0 971'4 973'0 -14'2
May 994'2 978'4 980'2 -14'6
Jul 1000'4 984'6 986'0 -15'0
Aug 999'2 987'4 989'6 -14'4
Sep 990'0 977'0 978'0 -14'4
 
@SM - SOYBEAN MEAL - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Oct 3286 3235 3235 - 47
Dec 3202 3150 3160 - 49
 
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Dec 488'2 473'6 474'2 -14'0
Mar 505'2 490'2 490'4 -14'6
 
@DDG - DISTILLERS' DRIED GRAIN - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Oct 120.0
 
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
  High Low Last Chg
Oct 156.325 155.050 155.675 0.025
Dec 159.500 158.250 158.975 - 0.225
 
@GF - FEEDER CATTLE - CME
  High Low Last Chg
Sep 231.175 229.900 230.050 0.700
Oct 229.150 227.400 228.975 1.025
 
@HE - LEAN HOGS - CME
  High Low Last Chg
Oct 105.975 104.125 105.975 3.000
Dec 95.500 94.400 94.900 1.050
 
@DJ - DJ INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Sep 17374.00 17374.00 17374.00 109.32
 
@AC - ETHANOL - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Oct 1.685 1.636 1.650 -0.003

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Delayed Pricing Rate

Our new crop DP rate for Corn to Hebron, Horace, Redmon and Vermilion will be 15 cents in plus 3 cents per month to 9/30/15 then the rate in effect.

Our new crop DP rate for Beans to Hebron, Horace, Redmon and Vermilion will be 15 cents in plus 3 cents per month to 9/30/15 then the rate in effect.

 


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