Good Afternoon

April 9, 2020


Governor Inslee has put the State of Washington on a stay at home stay healthy order.  Pomeroy Grain Growers is considered an essential critical infrastructure under the food and agriculture sector, however, we have made changes to our office, plant and elevator procedures.

           *All offices will be locked, please call ahead with what you are needing

           *Grain haulers please stay in your vehicle and an employee will deliver the

             paperwork to you

           *Agronomy customers call ahead with YOUR order

           *Please arrange to have your grain payments either mailed or processed by    

             direct deposit

           *Any paperwork needed can be mailed or emailed to you.

We appreciate you assistance in following the CDC and State of Washington guidelines and we will get through this together.

Our office phone numbers are:

            *Pomeroy Grain Office:  509-843-1694

            *Colfax Grain Office:        509-397-9240

            *Agronomy Office:             509-843-1394

            *Central Ferry:                    509-843-3851

            *Pomeroy Shop:                  509-843-3601

            *CFTA:                                     509-549-3595






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Quotes retrieved on April 10, 2020, 01:45:21 PM CDT
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
Market News

The next USDA supply and demand report is scheduled for this Thursday the 9th.  The average trade estimates for this USDA report have the US and world ending stocks for wheat a carbon copy of the March report.  Weekly export inspections were on the bottom end of the range estimates, coming in at 320tmt .  Turkey looks to purchase 250tmt of optional origin wheat.  Jordan bought 120tmt of optional origin wheat for last half June/first half July shipment.  Dryness in the Black Sea Region, especially southern parts of Russia and cold temps thoughout the US Southern Plains area this week have the markets attention.  Prices retreated a bit today from the disappointing weekly export inspection numbers.  The US dollar index was down today, as were the financial markets, gold also down and crude oil up a bit.

 0 up 4 down per 1/4%  Base 14.0%
 5 up 10 down per 1/2%  Base 11.5%

Off Coast Rates:
Central Ferry:
.56 cents / bu. WHT $22.00 / ton BLY
.68 cents / bu. WHT $22.00 / ton BLY

April Fuel Surcharge: -.0235 cents/bu. Wht  -0.8951 cents/ton Bly

Prices this time last year
SWH: $6.00 Bly: $140  DNS: $6.40  HRW $6.08
Main Office:  (509) 843-1694
Farm Commodities:  (509) 397-9239
Central Ferry:  (509) 843-3851
Green Berry:  (509) 843-3601
Prices are updated at least twice daily and are subject to change without notice. The comments and opinions expressed on this web page are in view of the current market situation. These comments are for your information only. Thank you.



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Market Commentary
Hogs Lower on Thursday -

On the last trading day of the week, lean hog futures were down $0.32 to $2.77. The CME Lean Hog Index was down by $2.55 at $52.97. The basis

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures ended report day 1 1/4 to 1 3/4 cents higher. The USDA cut U.S. corn used for ethanol by 375 mbu, increased feed and residual use by

Cattle Market Closes Mixed -

Cattle futures traded triple digits in both directions on Thursday, with April $1.17 higher and June contracts $2.30 lower. Feeder futures were

Cotton Ends Higher on Thursday -

Cotton futures closed Thursday with gains of as much as 59 points in the front months. OPEC agreed to cut crude oil production, and oil prices

Wheat Market Rallied on Thursday -

The wheat futures market ended higher after Thursday trading. KC HRW gained the most with May futures up 14 cents. Chicago wheat was 8 1/4 cents/bu

Corn Closes in Black -

Corn futures ended report day 1 1/4 to 1 3/4 cents higher. The USDA cut U.S. corn used for ethanol by 375 mbu, increased feed and residual use by

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