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 April 23, 2024, 08:34:21 AM CDT or prior.

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Agri-Way Partners Cash Bids
Wayland      
Name Delivery Start Cash Price Delivery End
Quotes are delayed, as of April 23, 2024, 08:34:21 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.

Commentary
Corn Slightly Lower To Start Tuesday
Corn is showing fractional to 1 ½ cent losses to start your Tuesday. Futures were up 3 to 6 ¾ cents on a combination of factors including damage to the Pivdennyi port facilities in Ukraine, and strong export inspections because Brazilian shipments will be limited between now and winter crop...
Soybeans Pulling Back to Start Tuesday Trade
Overnight trade in the bean market has futures 2 to 3 cents lower Soybeans were up 8 ½ to 11 ¾ at the close on Monday. Soymeal was up 60 cents to $2.10 on the day to support beans via higher product values. The real support was from Soy Oil...
Cattle Look to Tuesday Trade After CoF Dust Settles
Live cattle ended Monday with contracts up $2.35 to $3.20 in reaction to a friendly USDA Cattle on Feed report. Cash action was negligible on Monday, but had picked up on Friday, with some $183-184 live and $292 dressed action reported in the North, steady to down $1 from the...
Wheat Extending Higher Following Weaker Conditions
The wheat market is trading higher across all three exchanges this morning. They led the grain rally on Monday. Chicago contracts were up 10 to 21 cents across the board. Kansas City futures were 16 ¼ to 20 ¼ cents higher on the day. MPLS spring wheat posted lighter gains,...
Hogs Looks to Tuesday Session
Lean hogs eked out some gains on Monday, with contracts steady to $1.20 higher across the board. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated price was up $1.82 in the Monday afternoon print, at $90.31. The CME Lean Hog Index was back down 11 cents higher at $91.35 on April 18....
Cotton Leaking Lower
The cotton market is down 11 to 28 points in early Tuesday trade. Cotton saw a bit of a dead cat bounce on Monday, as contracts were up 29 to 140 points after reaching new multi-month lows last week. The US cotton crop was 11% planted as of April 21...

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