Effective Dec 7, 2020, we will be offering free delayed price storage for wheat and soybeans.
For program details, go to the current storage program link.
Starting January 18, 2021, we will be offering free DP for corn.
We can take your contracted soybeans & corn early
If you have contracted soybeans and corn to haul that were sold for May 2021 thru July 2021 delivery, we can take them now and payment for the soybeans and corn will be made for the contracted month you sold the soybeans and corn.
Premium Soybean Marketing Options
Soybean Producers: You can sell soybeans delivered directly into the AGP Processing Plants at Aberdeen, SD and Dawson, MN. Contact our Grain Merchandising Staff for details.
Wheaton, Minnesota (56296)
Britton Grain Terminal
We look forward to serving you at the Britton Grain Terminal!
To sell grain or get quotes, call Leif Erickson or Deanna Jahnig at the Terminal at 605-448-2261. Or call the Merchandising Staff at our Main Office at 1-800-258-4744. You can also visit them on the web at wdcoop.com.
If you are interested in what the vital statistics are for the Britton Grain Terminal CLICK HERE
Want to add 15-20 cents premium to the price of your old crop grain?
Contact Duane Steen to learn more:
320-748-7289 (Graceville office)
320-808-1337 (Duane Cell)
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