Daily Cash Price
Arrive to Bid
Cargil West Fargo
NorthStar Agri Indu
|July||18.00||↑ 14||19.00||↑ 9||18.45||↑ 9||18.26||↑ 9||19.35||↑ 1|
|August||17.31||↑ 9||17.72||↑ 9||18.45||↑ 9||18.26||↑ 9||19.35||↑ 1|
|September||17.31||↑ 9||18.76||↑ 9||18.24||↑ 9||18.26||↑ 9||17.66||↑ 22|
|October||17.35||↑ 9||18.87||↑ 8||18.49||↑ 9||--||--||18.17||↑ 34|
|November||17.69||↑ 9||18.86||↑ 9||18.49||↑ 9||--||--||18.25||↑ 30|
|December||17.85||↑ 9||19.08||↑ 8||18.64||↑ 8||--||--||18.62||↑ 42|
Updated: 07/24/14 | Dump Hours: ADM Velva Mon-Friday: 6am – 6pm. Sat: Closed | Bunge Altona Mon-Fri 7am – 7pm
ADM Enderlin Mon-Fri 7am – 6pm Sat Closed | Cargil West Mon-Fri 7am – 10pm | NorthStar Mon-Fri 7am – 7pm
May 14, 2014 - See the pdf file below for the Final Planting Dates for canola in specific counties in this region. The information is the same as 2013. Click here to download the PDF
May 8, 2014 - The disease is caused by the soil-borne pathogen Plasmodiophora brassicae. Like many other soil-borne pathogens, it moves on anything that moves soil; including equipment and wind. Consequently, the pathogen is likely to spread to new fields this year. Additionally, the pathogen could already be in other areas of the state but not yet detected. This… Learn more »
March 31, 2014 - The U.S. Department of Agriculture released its annual Prospective Plantings Report for the U.S. today. The survey revealed that U.S. farmers intend to plant 1,740,000 acres of canola in 2014, up 29 percent from 2013. If realized, planted area in the United States will be the second largest on record. Compared with last year, planted… Learn more »
March 25, 2014 - At the request of the Northern Canola Growers Association, a little over one year ago the USDA Risk Management Agency released a Manager’s Bulletin explaining the options available to High Oleic Canola producers for the 2013 crop year. These growers were allowed to choose to insure all of their canola (including both High Oleic and… Learn more »
The mission of the Northern Canola Growers Association is to promote and encourage the establishment and maintenance of conditions favorable to the production, marketing, processing, research, and use of canola.
To promote efficient production through farmer education, public and private research, labeling and registration of crop protection products; to promote uniform seed and product standards; and to work to develop and implement agriculture policies that will enhance development of the industry.
The Northern Canola Growers Association works to promote and encourage the establishment and maintenance of conditions favorable to the production, marketing, processing, research, and use of canola; to promote efficient production through farmer education, public and private research, labeling and registration of crop protection products.
To promote uniform seed and product standards; and to work to develop and implement agriculture policies that will enhance development of the industry.