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Fall Residuals - Too Late?

As we wrap up harvest and continue to apply fertilizer, a few questions have been received about whether we are entirely too late in the season to apply fall pre-emergence herbicides for the upcoming soybean season. The short answer is that agronomically- NO, we still have time. The issue may come down to more of an equipment issue than an

The Bins Are Full...Now What?

The Harvest has been bountiful and the bins are filling up or are already full. Now that we are venturing into late fall and early winter, do you have a plan for the grain in that bin? Prices have been depressed from what many have become accustomed to prior to the last couple of seasons. This has caused a pull back in protecting price and

October is National Cooperative Month

With October being National Cooperative Month, what a great opportunity to share the Top 10 reasons to be a member of Wheat Growers!

Patron Letter - Fall 2015

Valued Patron:

In an effort to keep you informed of the decisions made by your cooperative this past year as they relate to yearend tax planning we have summarized key points below for 2015:

Qualified Patronage Allocation – Wheat Grower’s Board of Directors has approved a record $16M

Reminder on Soybean Moisture

The calendar says it is the last day of September and we have yet to see a killing frost across virtually all of the Wheat Growers trade area. This is a little unusual for us in the Dakotas, but what is normal anymore? With the absence of frost, our abundant summer moisture, and great crop protection practices, many of the mid to later