Elevator Address

2518 Lockhead Rd
North Gower, ON K0A 2T0
1-855-SOY-CORN(769-2676)
Office: 613-489-0956
Fax: 613-489-0957
info@northgowergrains.com

Mailing Address

6830 4th Line Rd
North Gower, ON K0A 2T0
1-855-SOY-CORN(769-2676)
Office: 613-489-0956
Fax: 613-489-0957
info@northgowergrains.com


Local Cash Bids
 
CORN
  North Gower Grains
Futures Price Basis Cash Price Converted Price Futures Change
 Spot  347'4s
-1'0
 Harvest 2018  380'0s
-0'6

SOYBEANS
  North Gower Grains
Futures Price Basis Cash Price Converted Price Futures Change
 Spot  967'2s
-0'4
 Harvest 2018  987'6s
0'2

WHEAT, HRS + PROTEIN
  North Gower Grains
Futures Price Basis Cash Price Converted Price Futures Change
 Spot  620'0s
3'0
 Harvest 2018  626'2s
3'2

WHEAT, SRW
  North Gower Grains
Futures Price Basis Cash Price Converted Price Futures Change
 Spot  418'2s
0'0
 Harvest 2018  457'4s
0'2

WHEAT, HRW + PROTEIN
  North Gower Grains
Futures Price Basis Cash Price Converted Price Futures Change
 Spot  418'2s
0'0
 Harvest 2018  457'4s
0'2

Price as of 12/17/17 05:09PM CST.
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Daily News

 Our office will be closed at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday December 19th for our Christmas Party.

Friday, December 15, 6:05 a.m. – Yesterday was a mixed day for our markets with soybeans down hard.  Spot corn closed up 1/2, spot soybeans were down 11 1/2, spot winter wheat closed up 1 1/2 and spot spring wheat closed up 4 1/2.  In the overnight trading all of our markets are currently on the positive side.  Oil closed up $0.44 yesterday at $57.04 per barrel.  It is stronger again this morning with it now trading at $57.28 per barrel.  Our dollar started yesterday morning at a daily low of $0.778 U.S. then spiked up to $0.786 when our Bank of Canada Governor talked about future interest rate hikes.  It looks like rates may be coming up sooner than previously expected. The dollar came back down a little after this and generally traded sideways for the rest of the trading day and overnight.  It is currently trading at $0.784 U.S..
Soybeans were pushed lower again yesterday with the January contract just above lows made back in November.  Rains have come to much of Argentina with much more moisture in the forecast over the next week.  It should be noted that there continues to be disagreement with the different weather models on the amount of rain to come.  The bottom line is that with current rain events and more forecasted stress has been removed from much of the crops currently growing and the soybean market responded accordingly.
Weekly export numbers were released yesterday in the U.S. and they were within or above market expectations.  Wheat sales actually were above expectations with sales of 488 thousand tonnes.  Sales were up 83% from the previous week and 97% from the prior four week average.  This surge in sales has corresponded with the decrease in wheat prices.  Corn exports of 877 thousand tonnes were in the middle of expectations and also in line with previous week’s sales.  Soybean sales of 1.4 million tonnes were at the top end of expectations but were 28% lower than the previous week.   
Friday’s thought:  One of the most important trips you may take in life is meeting people halfway!  
Please call Geoffrey Guy at 613-880-2707 or Bob Orr at 613-720-1271 if you would like any direct ship pricing.  Prices quoted herein are for product at our elevator. 

  If you would like to receive our daily email (which is sent out at 8:00 a.m.) with our prices and the market commentary please call the office.

DTN Crops News
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 3:45PM CST
Arkansas legislators tell state regulators to revise proposed limits on dicamba use; other states set spray limitations that exceed new federal labels on the herbicide.

Friday, December 1, 2017 9:25AM CST
In this week's Crop Tech Corner, researchers look at how to teach weeds a lesson; prove rice production could be moved to the tundra and drill down on neonic needs.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017 5:46PM CST
New labels require every private and commercial applicator be trained on proper use of dicamba products if they want to spray in 2018.


Futures
@C - CORN - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Mar 18 348'6 350'6 346'4 347'2 -1'0 347'4s 04:57P Chart for @C8H
May 18 357'0 359'0 355'0 355'2 -1'0 355'6s 04:40P Chart for @C8K
Jul 18 365'2 367'2 363'2 363'4 -0'6 364'2s 04:04P Chart for @C8N
Sep 18 372'2 374'0 370'4 370'6 -0'6 371'2s 02:00P Chart for @C8U
Dec 18 381'0 382'6 379'2 379'4 -0'6 380'0s 02:00P Chart for @C8Z
Mar 19 390'6 392'4 389'2 389'4 -0'6 389'6s 02:00P Chart for @C9H
May 19 396'4 397'0 396'4 397'0 -0'4 396'4s 02:00P Chart for @C9K
Jul 19 402'4 404'2 401'2 401'2 -0'6 401'6s 04:55P Chart for @C9N
Sep 19 402'4 402'4 402'4 402'4 -1'0 401'0s 04:55P Chart for @C9U
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jan 18 968'0 972'2 964'0 968'4 -0'4 967'2s 04:40P Chart for @S8F
Mar 18 978'6 983'2 974'4 979'0 -0'6 978'0s 04:57P Chart for @S8H
May 18 990'4 994'2 985'4 990'0 -0'6 989'0s 04:40P Chart for @S8K
Jul 18 1000'0 1004'2 995'4 1000'0 -0'4 999'0s 02:00P Chart for @S8N
Aug 18 1002'6 1004'4 998'0 1000'0 -0'2 1001'0s 02:00P Chart for @S8Q
Sep 18 993'2 994'6 993'2 994'2 -0'2 993'6s 02:00P Chart for @S8U
Nov 18 988'4 992'4 984'2 988'6 0'2 987'6s 04:58P Chart for @S8X
Jan 19 995'0 996'0 992'2 994'0 0'0 993'4s 02:00P Chart for @S9F
Mar 19 997'2 1000'4 996'2 997'4 0'0 997'4s 02:00P Chart for @S9H
@MW - HARD RED SPRING WHEAT - MGE
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Mar 18 617'0 621'6 617'0 619'6 3'0 620'0s 04:40P Chart for @MW8H
May 18 626'0 629'4 626'0 627'4 3'6 628'2s 04:40P Chart for @MW8K
Jul 18 631'6 632'6 630'4 631'4 3'0 631'6s 02:00P Chart for @MW8N
Sep 18 624'0 627'6 622'4 624'4 3'2 626'2s 02:00P Chart for @MW8U
Dec 18 635'0 637'4 634'6 634'6 2'2 636'0s 02:00P Chart for @MW8Z
Mar 19 640'0 640'0 639'0 639'0 2'2 641'2s 02:00P Chart for @MW9H
May 19 641'4 0'0 641'4s 02:00P Chart for @MW9K
Sep 19 Chart for @MW9U
@KW - HARD RED WINTER WHEAT - KCBT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Mar 18 418'2 421'0 415'2 417'6 -0'6 417'4s 04:49P Chart for @KW8H
May 18 431'4 433'6 427'6 429'6 -1'0 430'2s 02:00P Chart for @KW8K
Jul 18 447'6 449'4 443'6 446'2 -1'2 446'2s 02:00P Chart for @KW8N
Sep 18 464'0 464'0 458'6 460'6 -1'4 461'0s 02:00P Chart for @KW8U
Dec 18 485'0 486'4 481'6 483'4 -1'4 483'2s 02:00P Chart for @KW8Z
Mar 19 500'0 -2'0 498'2s 02:00P Chart for @KW9H
May 19 509'6 -2'2 508'0s 12/15 Chart for @KW9K
Jul 19 510'0 -2'0 512'0s 02:00P Chart for @KW9N
Sep 19 562'0 -2'0 519'4s 02:00P Chart for @KW9U
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Mar 18 418'6 421'4 415'0 418'4 0'0 418'2s 04:43P Chart for @W8H
May 18 431'2 433'6 427'4 431'2 0'0 430'6s 04:40P Chart for @W8K
Jul 18 444'0 446'2 440'2 444'2 0'4 444'0s 02:00P Chart for @W8N
Sep 18 458'0 459'0 453'6 457'6 0'2 457'4s 02:00P Chart for @W8U
Dec 18 476'6 477'0 471'6 475'4 -0'2 475'2s 04:45P Chart for @W8Z
Mar 19 490'6 490'6 486'6 486'6 -0'4 489'2s 02:00P Chart for @W9H
May 19 493'6 0'2 498'4s 02:00P Chart for @W9K
Jul 19 502'2 0'0 502'6s 02:00P Chart for @W9N
Sep 19 510'0 -0'2 513'0s 02:00P Chart for @W9U
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