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Located in Coshocton, OH Phone: (800) 421-1595 Fax: (740) 622-1911
Located in Horace, Illinois Phone: 217-466-2200, Fax 855-205-7006
 
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The mission of our company is to provide
the best possible market

for grain produced in the local
and surrounding area. 
                                                                             
COSHOCTON GRAIN COMPANY

 
 

Announcements

Hebron is now open for both corn and beans.

February 10, 2015
 
Dear Valued Customer,
 
Our lives changed August 13, 2014, when an explosion sent five of our boys and two grain inspectors to the hospital.  By the grace of God, no one was seriously hurt.  All the boys were returned to full duty by mid October.  We are so grateful for the quick reaction of our local first responders.
 
The ensuing months have been very challenging for all of us associated with Coshocton Grain Company – including you, our producers.  Thank you for your concern and expression of good wishes, but also for your commitment to us.  We could not have made it without knowing you were waiting for us on the other side.
 
We know that we interrupted your farming operations.  Not only did you truck your grain farther, but for those who deliver wet corn, we realize that finding a delivery location in a timely manner was sometimes very difficult.  We were happy to pay the additional cost for mileage to other facilities for customers with forward contracts or DP reserve; it was the right thing to do.
 
We hoped the process of getting back online would move much faster.  To help you understand what we have been up against, the insurance adjuster has been in control since the day after the explosion.  We anticipated beginning demolition by November 1.  Approval for that process was just recently received – three months later.
 
The insurance company also controlled the removal of the corn that was on-site at the time.  The last of it was loaded out the second week of November, much later than we anticipated.  Many local producers trucked the first grain out for us.  We are very thankful for their help and were glad to hire the local folks as much as possible.
 
We waited on the forensic engineers’ report on the explosion for two months.  As expected, their findings are that it was an accident, not the result of negligence on anyone's part.
 
We are moving forward with plans to be a full-service elevator to our producers, taking corn and beans, on or before October 1, 2015.  The bid meeting was held on January 23 with four contractors.  Quotes are due by February 13th.  Pending bank and board approval, Ron will award the contract to the appropriate bidder.  We expect construction to begin in April.
 
The new facility will allow us to be more efficient, not only in the way we handle grain, but in the turnaround time for you.  Another scale will be added and a portion of the demolished storage will be rebuilt.  We also will be changing the location of the loadout in order to not interrupt truck traffic.
 
We sincerely thank you for the support and prayers we have received the past months.  We have continued to post a new crop corn and bean bid for this fall.  Please keep updated on our markets as well as the rebuilding progress via our website www.coshoctongrain.net  Our employees are looking forward to serving you again on or before October 1st!
 
Sincerely,
Rhoda Sue Crown, CEO





Our current HTA fees are 5 cents per bushel for corn HTA's and 10 cents per bushel for Bean HTA's.






                                                                                                                                                 

 
 


 



Welcome to Coshocton Grain

WE LOOK FORWARD TO HELPING YOU MARKET YOUR GRAIN.

PLEASE REMEMBER, OUR GRAIN BIDS ARE
BASED UPON BOTH THE CBOT DAYTIME
AND OVERNIGHT ELECTRONIC TRADING ACTIVITY.
PLEASE CALL US, FROM 7:30 AM. UNTIL 4:30 PM.
EACH WEEKDAY, TO CONFIRM CURRENT BIDS.

Delivery Hours

                                                                                                                            

Regular Unload Hours

COSHOCTON      Closed

HEBRON
MONDAY - FRIDAY  7:30 AM TO 4:30 PM
CLOSED SATURDAY AND SUN
DAY

ALL ILLINOIS ELEVATORS
7 AM TO 3:30 PM MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
CLOSED SATURDAY AND SUNDAY


 


Local Cash Bids
COSHOCTON , OHIO Delivery Basis   Cash    
 Corn Chart O-N 15    
  Chart DEC 15    
  Chart JAN 16    
  Chart MAR 16    
  Chart APRIL 16    
  Chart JULY 16    
 Soybeans Chart O-N 15    
  Chart JAN 16    
  Chart MAR 16    
 Corn to Three Rivers Chart MAR 15    
  Chart APRIL15    
  Chart MAY 15    
  Chart JUNE 15    
  Chart JULY 15    
  Chart AUG 15    
  Chart SEPT 15    
  Chart O-N 15    
  Chart DEC 15    
  Chart JAN 16    
HEBRON, OHIO Delivery Basis   Cash    
 Corn Chart MAR 15    
  Chart APRIL 15    
  Chart MAY 15    
  Chart JUNE 15    
  Chart JULY 15    
  Chart O-N 15    
  Chart DEC 15    
  Chart JAN 16    
  Chart MAR 16    
  Chart APRIL 16    
  Chart JULY 16    
 Soybeans Chart MAR 15    
  Chart APRIL 15    
  Chart MAY 15    
  Chart O-N 15    
  Chart JAN 16    
  Chart MAR 16    
JOHNSTOWN, OHIO Delivery Basis   Cash    
 Corn Chart MAR 15    
HORACE, ILLINOIS Delivery Basis   Cash    
 Corn Chart MAR 15    
  Chart APRIL 15    
  Chart MAY 15    
  Chart JUNE 15    
  Chart JULY 15    
  Chart S-O-N 15    
  Chart DEC 15    
  Chart JAN 16    
  Chart FEB 16    
  Chart MAR 16    
  Chart MAY 16    
  Chart JULY 16    
 Soybeans Chart MAR 15    
  Chart MAY 15    
  Chart S-O-N 15    
  Chart JAN 16    
  Chart MAR 16    
Price as of 03/28/15 05:11PM CDT.
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Cash prices are updated periodically, usually ten minutes,

throughout the day based upon the CBOT trading session. 

All bids are subject to daytime changes,

overnight trading fluctuations, and confirmation.

 


Quotes
 
@C - CORN - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
May 393'4 389'2 391'4 -0'2
Jul 401'2 397'2 399'4 -0'2
Sep 408'2 404'4 406'6 -0'2
Dec 417'0 413'0 415'0 0'0
Mar 425'4 422'2 423'6 0'0
May 432'0 428'2 430'0 0'0
 
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
May 976'2 965'0 968'0 -7'2
Jul 980'6 970'0 972'4 -6'4
Aug 979'4 969'0 971'0 -6'4
Sep 964'4 954'2 956'6 -6'0
Nov 957'0 947'0 949'0 -6'4
Jan 961'6 952'4 953'2 -6'6
Mar 963'2 953'6 955'4 -6'4
 
@SM - SOYBEAN MEAL - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
May 3235 3205 3213 - 10
Jul 3219 3192 3202 - 5
 
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
May 509'0 499'0 507'4 8'4
Jul 513'0 504'0 512'0 7'2
 
@DDG - DISTILLERS' DRIED GRAIN - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Apr 120.0
 
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
  High Low Last Chg
Apr 162.825 161.350 162.400 0.950
Jun 153.150 151.800 152.650 0.975
 
@GF - FEEDER CATTLE - CME
  High Low Last Chg
Apr 219.775 217.425 218.775 2.050
May 218.825 215.850 217.700 2.350
 
@HE - LEAN HOGS - CME
  High Low Last Chg
Apr 61.600 60.900 61.275 0.150
May 68.500 67.675 68.125 0.150
 
@DJ - DJ INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Jun 17650.00 23.00
 
@AC - ETHANOL - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Apr 1.493 1.471 1.492 -0.001

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Delayed Pricing Rate

Our current DP rate for Corn to Hebron is 4 cents per month to 9/30/15 then the rate in effecct.

Our current DP rate for Corn to Horace is free to 9/30/2015, Redmon and Vermilion
is 3 cents per month to 9/30/15 then the rate in effect.

Our current DP rate for Beans to Hebron is free to 9/30/15 then the rate in effect.

Our current DP rate for Beans to Horace, Redmon and Vermilion is free to 9/30/15 then the rate in effect.

 


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