CHS Inc. announced it has created chsag.com to serve farmers selling grain directly to CHS river terminals and processing plants in Iowa, Minnesota and Illinois. The new public website features cash bids updated every 10 minutes, a powerful charting tool, radar weather and forecasts, futures market overviews, as well as specific location contacts and announcements.
“CHS knows that farmers want the immediacy and ease of accessing market information and insights electronically,” said Rick Dusek, CHS vice president, grain marketing, North America. “Providing tools and resources like chsag.com is one more way that CHS helps its owners grow.”
CHS buys grain directly from farmers at its river terminals and soybean processing facilities at Davenport, Iowa; Fairmont, Mankato, Savage and Winona, Minn.; and Pekin, Ill.
Farmers interested in selling grain directly to CHS can view cash bids and receiving hours on the website or by calling the local phone numbers listed there. Farmers selling grain to CHS on a regular basis will also have secure, login access for information about individual shipments, settlement and contract details and transactions.