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Good Afternoon

March 27, 2020

 

Governor Inslee has put the State of Washington on a stay at home stay healthy order.  Pomeroy Grain Growers is considered an essential critical infrastructure under the food and agriculture sector, however, we have made changes to our office, plant and elevator procedures.

           *All offices will be locked, please call ahead with what you are needing

           *Grain haulers please stay in your vehicle and an employee will deliver the

             paperwork to you

           *Agronomy customers call ahead with you order

           *Please arrange to have your grain payments either mailed or processed by    

             direct deposit

           *Any paperwork needed can be mailed or emailed to you.

We appreciate you assistance in following the CDC and State of Washington guidelines and we will get through this together.

Our office phone numbers are:

            *Pomeroy Grain Office:  509-843-1694

            *Colfax Grain Office:        509-397-9240

            *Agronomy Office:             509-843-1394

            *Central Ferry:                    509-843-3851

            *Pomeroy Shop:                  509-843-3601

            *CFTA:                                     509-549-3595

 

 

 

 

 

Grain Bids
Delivery End Notes Basis Cash Price Delivery Start
SWH
Barley
DNS
HRW
WHC
Canola

Quotes retrieved on March 28, 2020, 10:00:41 PM CDT
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
Market News

Wheat prices continue to gain some strength back on heightened concerns of flour supplies as COVID-19 takes its toll on the US.  There is thought to be a real need for restocking the shelves at the grocery store, resulting in increased domestic demand as well.  Wheat prices seem to be the most stable beacon as there is some worry about the global and US supply.  Turkey tenders for up to 200tmt of optional origin red mill wheat for April shipment.  Algeria, Syria and Ethiopia have also issued tenders for wheat.  USDA announced the sale of 340tmt of US hrw to China for the next marketing year.  There is talk of more wheat sales.  The US dollar index is up today, the financial markets are under pressure once again, gold and crude oil are currently up.

 DNS
 0 up 4 down per 1/4%  Base 14.0%
 
 HRW
 5 up 10 down per 1/2%  Base 11.5%
 

Off Coast Rates:
Central Ferry:
.56 cents / bu. WHT $22.00 / ton BLY
Pomeroy:
.68 cents / bu. WHT $22.00 / ton BLY

March Fuel Surcharge: -.0174 cents/bu. Wht  -0.6634 cents/ton Bly

Prices this time last year
SWH: $5.95 Bly: $140  DNS: $6.85  HRW $6.24
Main Office:  (509) 843-1694
Farm Commodities:  (509) 397-9239
Central Ferry:  (509) 843-3851
Green Berry:  (509) 843-3601
Prices are updated at least twice daily and are subject to change without notice. The comments and opinions expressed on this web page are in view of the current market situation. These comments are for your information only. Thank you.

 

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Pomeroy, Washington (99347)

Current Conditions: Light rain
Temperature: 53°F Dew point: 40°F
Humidity: 61% Pressure: 29.95 in. Hg
Wind: 9 mph From: South

Forecast

Saturday
Weather condition
Hi: 60°
Lo: 45°
Sunday
Weather condition
Hi: 63°
Lo: 44°
Monday
Weather condition
Hi: 58°
Lo: 36°
Tuesday
Weather condition
Hi: 59°
Lo: 35°
Wednesday
Weather condition
Hi: 60°
Lo: 35°

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Quotes retrieved on March 28, 2020, 10:00:41 PM CDT
Market Commentary
Corn Goes into Weekend on Losses -

Friday trades left the front months 2 1/2 to 3 cents lower, but May futures were still up 2 1/4 cents on the week. Private exporters reported an

Hogs Head into Weekend with Limit Losses -

Lean hog futures were down the expanded limit in the May and June contracts, April hogs were a nickel off. Friday’s trades erased the week’s

Cotton Closes Triple Digits Lower -

Cotton futures were down 112 to 155 points ahead of the weekend. May futures were 249 points lower from Friday to Friday. The weekly CoT report

Wheat Closed Mixed on Friday -

The front month wheat futures came back down from midday highs and finished the day mixed. Friday CBOT wheat was 2 1/4 cent higher in May; up 32

Soy Mixed at Fridays Close -

Soybeans go into the weekend mixed as the front months May and July were higher, while the nearby Aug and Sept contracts were UNCH and lower. May

Limit Losses for Friday Cattle -

The last trade day of the week had April cattle futures down the expanded limit, and they will trade with expanded limits again on Monday. April

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