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Arrive to BidADM VelvaChangeBunge AltonaChangeADM EnderlinChangeCargill West FargoChangeCHS HallockChange
Sep15.27↑ 216.07↓ 1----16.00↑ 1515.81↑ 1
Oct15.27↑ 216.64↓ 1----16.05↑ 1015.99↑ 1
Nov15.64↑ 216.79↓ 1----16.35↑ 1516.34↑ 1
Dec15.80↑ 517.04↑ 4----16.45↑ 1016.58↑ 5
Jan'1915.96↑ 617.12↑ 3----16.60↑ 1016.98↑ 6
Feb'1916.18↑ 1017.35↑ 7----16.70↑ 1517.20↑ 9
Updated: 09/21/18 | Dump Hours: ADM Velva  Mon – Fri: 7am – 10pm, Sat: 7am-3pm | Bunge Altona Mon – Fri: 7am – 7pm | ADM Enderlin Mon – Wed: 7am – 8pm Thu – Fri: 7am – 6pm | Cargill West Fargo  Mon – Tue: 7am – 10pm Wed – Sat: CLOSED | CHS Hallock Mon – Fri: 6am – 8pm |


Recent News

CLUBROOT OF CANOLA ALERT


August 31, 2018 - Canola growers are strongly encouraged to scout canola fields for clubroot; particularly growers in Cavalier County. In North Dakota, confirmation of clubroot has been limited to few localized fields in Cavalier County. However, clubroot likely occurs in more fields than currently detected and favorable conditions for disease development and symptom expression at the end of… Learn more »


NCGA Requests Canola Be Included in Aid Package


August 3, 2018 - The Northern Canola Growers Association has sent in a request to the North Dakota delegation that canola be included as an eligible commodity under the proposed $12 Billion Aid Package that was announced recently by USDA Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue.  Canola prices have dropped significantly recently along with soybeans in reaction to the trade dispute… Learn more »


SUMMER FLEA BEETLES FEEDING ON CANOLA PODS


August 3, 2018 - The summer population of flea beetles has emerged in large numbers this year. Flea beetles are being observed in maturing canola fields (North Central ND; Source: Brady Schmaltz, Arthur Companies), Brassicas crops being used as cover crops (i.e., radishes) and in backyard gardens. For canola, there is no established Economic Threshold for flea beetle feeding… Learn more »


SCOUT FOR BERTHA ARMYWORM IN CANOLA


August 3, 2018 - Mature bertha armyworm larvae were found feeding on the pods of canola in northcentral McHenry County (Source: Kristine Keller, Farmers Union Oil of Velva, Butte, Drake and Anamoose). Older larvae reach a length of ¾ to 1½ inch and are velvety brown to black with a yellowish band along each side of the body. As… Learn more »


Mission Statement

CanolaPlantThe 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.