The following information is provided by Nationwide, the #1 farm and ranch insurer in the U.S.1
During the busy harvest season, farms and grain-handling facilities are some of the most dangerous places to work. Slips and falls from ladders, entanglements from augers and PTOs, crushing injuries from grain truck and railroad traffic, grain bin entrapment and engulfment from grain bin entry, and fires and explosions from grain dust accumulation, are just some of the hazards.
Let’s talk grain markets. Join us for a conversation with CHS Hedging experts around grain market outlooks prior to heading into the fields for fall harvest.
On Tuesday, Sept. 15, there will be two different live broadcasts to talk about corn, soybeans and wheat markets.
At 10 a.m. CST on Sept. 15, Steve Wagner and Bryant Sanderson, CHS Hedging experts, will be sharing their perspectives on the current market through the lens of pre-harvest. At noon CST on the same day, Ami Heesch, CHS Hedging, will be sharing wheat market insights.
These sessions will be held on Skype Broadcast. Skype is a web-based meeting so it’s very user friendly for you to join in using your computer, tablet, or phone.
Please note that there is a login step for webinar participants, so please login before the webinar begins. Links will not be active until 15 minutes prior to the start of the broadcast.
Corn and Beans (10 a.m. Central) : Please click here to enter your name and location information shortly before the webinar starts.
Wheat (noon Central): Please click here to enter your name and location information shortly before the webinar starts.
The links will become active 15 minutes prior to the start. To allow time for the registration process, we ask that you plan to register at least five minutes before the webinars start.
We hope you can join us for these grain market updates and reach out to your local CHS Grain Origination team with questions.
On July 31st we loaded our first full shuttle at CHS Mahnomen.
After many delays, CHS Mahnomen has loaded our first few trains out of the newly expanded Mahnomen shuttle loader.
The initial trains sent out using our new setup were loaded with less startup problems than anticipated. This can be attributed to using experienced contractors and the great group of people who operate the elevator in Mahnomen.
The crew, led by location manager Justin Haus, have done a fantastic job learning the proper flow to get trains loaded quickly and safely. We are excited to be able to stay in the community and serve the CHS farmer owners for years into the future!