Want to see your contracts, tickets, and electronically sign your contracts? We have an app for that!
Apple users, download from the Apple App Store by clicking on the image above!
Android users, download from the Google Play Store by clicking on the image above!
Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m - 4:00 p.m. We will be Closed Monday, May 27th in Observance of Memorial Day!
Ask how you can add 10 to 20 cents/bushel to our bid price!!! Tired of the emotions of marketing your corn and selling in the bottom 30% of the markets? Turn the marketing over to POET Grain!!! Contract corn using our Market Manager Pricing Program!!! Signup deadline is May 27, 2019 for Program #8. Click on Contract Types above and view details on Market Manager
Orders after the close can be put in the overnight trade. All spots and overages will be priced at the close of each day. Please communicate with Kathy at the scales if you'd like to make other arrangements. Thank you!!!.
Please join us in helping support this worthy cause! For more details on this organization, please visit: http://seedsofchange.org/
** Delayed Price Rates **
For Corn delivered on or after 12/10/18, 8 cents/bu./month through 9/30/2019
(Must be priced by 9/30/2019)
No charge if priced within 10 days of delivery Limited availability and subject to change!
Grain Buyers: 419-943-9298 Scale house: 1-866-571-2676 (These numbers are also our nightly bid line after 4:30 p.m.)
John Hellinga, Wet Feed Sales Manager Toll free: (888) 327-8799, x12247, Direct Line: (605) 965-6247 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
New Holland Information
New Holland Equipment has partnered with Growth Energy, a lobbying group supporting ethanol production. As part of this relationship New Holland is offering significant discounts on new equipment to individuals supporting ethanol production.
Of the roughly 200 plants across the nation, only about 80 are members of Growth Energy,including POET-LEIPSIC.
Call your local New Holland dealer for program details!!
For most of 2019, inclement weather has disrupted barge traffic along the Mississippi, Ohio and Arkansas rivers. This has caused year-to-date grain barge tonnages through the locking portions of the rivers to fall below the three-year average and last year, according to USDA.