Welcome to Agri-Way Partners!

We are a full service company specializing in quality feed and competitive grain marketing. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff are happy to assist you in developing a feeding program, profitably marketing your grain, and bringing your product to market. 


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 Grain Indemnity Fund

The state of Iowa has reimplented the collection of fees to fund the Grain Indemnity Fund.  These assessments will begin on September 1, 2023. The assessment is .25cents (quarter of a cent) per bushel.  Bushels affected are those sold on Cash or Spot contracts.  Bushels on Credit Sale Contracts - Deferred Price, Deferred Payment, or Basis -  are not covered by or assessed for this fund.






Please call our Wayland office at 319-256-6000 we will be happy to help you with all your grain marketing needs!



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Quotes are delayed, as of September 26, 2023, 03:22:25 AM CDT or prior.

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Agri-Way Partners Cash Bids
Name Delivery Start Cash Price Delivery End
Quotes are delayed, as of September 26, 2023, 03:22:25 AM CDT or prior.
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.

Corn Closed Monday Higher
Front month corn futures ended the session with 2 ½ to 4 cent gains. The Dec contract ended just 1 ¼ cents off the high after nearly a 10 cent range for the day. The weekly NASS Crop Progress report had 95% of the corn crop in or beyond the...
Wheat Futures Closed Mostly Higher
Chicago wheat prices ended the session near the high with 9 to 9 ½ cents. KC also ended in the black with 2 ¾ to 3 ¼ cent gains on Monday. Spring wheat prices were fractionally higher to 1 ½ cents in the red. NASS reported winter wheat planting pace...
Cattle Closed Mixed on Monday
Cattle went home mixed on the first trade day of the week. The ’23 contracts were down by 10 to 12 cents, while the ’24 contracts closed up by as much as 35 cents. The feeders were 22 to 82 cents weaker on the day. USDA reported limited cash sales...
Soybeans Turn Around for Monday Gains
Soybean futures were 1 ½ to 3 ¾ cents higher. Nov saw $13 at the high for the day, but ended below the round number mark. Soymeal futures closed up by $3.80 to $4 on the day. Soybean Oil futures closed triple digits weaker with 3% losses. The weekly Crop...
Cotton Futures Rally on Monday
Cotton closed the first trade day of the week with 115 to 226 point gains. The December contract printed a 253 point range on the day, and closed just 16 points off the high. USDA’s weekly Crop Progress report had 65% of bolls opening as of 9/24. That was up...
Hogs Rebounded Out of the Weekend
After the hard drop to end last week, Monday’s hog trade ended off the highs but still up 35 to 75 cents on the day. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price was a nickel weaker to $77.54. The CME Lean Hog Index was 9 cents lower to $87.08 on 9/21....

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