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. 


Hours

 

                                           Unloading 

                 Wayland    Monday thru Friday 7:30am to 4:30 pm

 

 Access our grain bids at the Cash Bids link under the Grain menu. 

  

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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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Market Snapshot
Quotes are delayed, as of July 17, 2024, 11:18:29 PM CDT or prior.

News Headlines


Agri-Way Partners Cash Bids
Wayland
Name Delivery Start Cash Price Delivery End
Quotes are delayed, as of July 17, 2024, 11:18:29 PM 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.

Commentary
Hogs Extend Gains into Wednesday
Lean hogs rallied on Wednesday, with contracts 37 cents to $2.35 higher at the close. The USDA National Base Hog price was reported at $85.08 on Wednesday afternoon, a 3 cent increase from the day prior. The CME Lean Hog Index was $88.62 on July 15, up 20 cents from...
Cotton Bulls Push Back on Wednesday
Cotton futures were back to higher trade on Wednesday, with contracts up 8 to 75 points at the close. The US stock market was selling off, allowing some of the hot money to seek other places to park. The US dollar index was 529 points lower, Crude oil up $2.31...
Cattle Post Strength on Wednesday
Live cattle futures extended their gains into Wednesday, with contracts up 72 cents to $1.60. This week’s early cash market activity has been limited. Some southern cattle have traded at $187 to $188 today, about steady with last week. Feeder cattle futures were mostly higher, with contracts up a tick...
Soybeans Pull Back into Wednesday’s Close
Soybeans closed out the Wednesday trade session with front months up ½ to 6 ¾ cents and new crop November and other deferreds down 2 ¼ to 5 ¼ cents on the day. Soymeal futures were higher on Wednesday with contracts up 20 cents to $3.40/ton. Soy Oil futures were...
Wheat Rallies on Lows on Wednesday
All three wheat exchanges were higher on Wednesday, pulling off recent lows. Chicago futures were up 4 to 8 ½ cents per bushel. Kansas City contracts were 6 to 10 ¾ cents higher at the close. MPLS spring wheat futures were leading the bull charge, if we can call it...
Corn Extends Bounce to Wednesday
Corn futures ended the Wednesday session with contracts getting a ¾ to 3 cent pop, as futures continued the bounce into the middle of the week. EIA data from this morning showed near record high ethanol production in the week that ended on July 12 at an average 1.106 million...

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