October Grain Update

Oct 06, 2022


October is here, which means another grain harvest is starting. We will be a little later than last year, since last year we had considerable harvest activity in September in some of our growing area. However, I expect things will really get going these next two weeks. Best of luck to all! 

When hauling in grain, please be sure drivers know what to do with the grain so they can communicate that with Premier’s scale operators. You can sell your grain at the scale, or we allow 7 days to decide what to do with the grain, which is our “ETD” (Extended Time to Decide). Another important note is when deferring payment on grain, please notify us before the grain is hauled in. Last, please drive slowly and safely around our grain plants to keep everyone safe during this busy season. 

Need some help hauling your grain? Premier has trucks available through the season, please give your location a call to line it up. Have a safe harvest and we look forward to serving your grain needs this fall!

Jory Bossuyt

Grain Merchandising


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