Northwest Grain Growers is a farmer-owned cooperative in Washington and Oregon with over two thousand members.

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Cash Bids

Last Updated: July 16, 8:01 AM

Bid Notes

Monday 2:30 p.m.Bids subject to change anytime

Red wheat markets are morning session only

Buying Hours

Monday - Thursday

8:30AM - 11:00AM AND 2:30PM - 4:30PM

Friday

8:30AM - 11:00AM

SWW basis vs. SRW Sept 19

$1.03

SWW basis vs. SRW Dec 19

$0.93

Club Premium

0.00

HRW Protein Scales 11.5%

+.05/-.10 each 1/2%

DNS Protein Scales 14.0%

+.00/-.02 each 1/4%

Country elevator fuel surcharge

$.022/BU

2019 Winter Wheat RP Base Price

$6.59/bu Portland

2019 Spring Wheat RP Base Price

$6.21/bu Minneapolis Sept 2019 Futures

Futures

Daily Commentary

The Farm Service Agency (FSA) deadline for 2019 acreage reporting for spring seeded crops  is Monday, July 15, 2019. Please call your local FSA office to make an appointment.  Any appointments made after the July 15, 2019 deadline will be subject to a late file fee per farm number.

FOR A LIST OF CROPS RECEIVED AT ELEVATORS CLICK THE LINK IN THE NEWSLETTER SECTION OF THE HOMEPAGE

7/16/19

Markets fell on the overnight, and have opened the day (so far) near even, with the idea that yesterdays Crop Progress report (that was rather bearish) was digested, and now we’re back to weather markets.  The report was tepid with corn and soy conditions improving slightly, hard red spring wheat decreasing slightly and winter wheat harvest advancing at a normal rate (albeit behind still).  Some felt the conditions should decrease, given the talk about those areas needing a shot of rain so badly, but the USDA said otherwise (this debate is continuing though).  The forecast models have changed a bit, where it looked like the corn belt would get cool/wet until about Thursday, and then the heat was supposed to turn on and stay on, but it now appears hot-and-dry will only last in the corn belt until early next week, and then it’s back to favorable cool-and-wet (bearish).

There is chatter that the Midwestern HRW wheat crop is much larger than had been anticipated, and not quite as poor of quality as was expected.  Neither of those topics are good for PNW HRW prices.  SWW prices are holding, but harvest pressure may change that.

Reminder; if you’d like to place targeted sell orders, you can do so via our website OR you can ask a merchandiser to place one for you.

Current Weather

Announcements

Welcome to our new Northwest Grain Growers website. We are still working feverishly to fix some of the technical glitches that are bound to occur with a change of this magnitude and apologize for any inconvenience it may cause you. When completely finished, we will be excited to unveil several new features that weren’t possible with our old site including a new place for you to make grain offers electronically and a new NWGG app available for both apple and android products.  Chris Peha

About Us

Northwest Grain Growers is a leading farmer owned cooperative with more than 2000-member owners in Washington and Oregon. Walla Walla Grain Growers originally formed in 1929.

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Locations

Northwest Grain Growers has a total of 31 grain elevators, 4 barge loading facilities and 4 retail seed plants.