Welcome to Agri-Way Partners!

We are a full service company specializing in quality feed and competitive grain marketing. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff are happy to assist you in developing a feeding program, profitably marketing your grain, and bringing your product to market. 


Hours

 

                                           Unloading 

                 Wayland    Monday thru Friday 7:30am to 4:30 pm

 

 Access our grain bids at the Cash Bids link under the Grain menu. 

  

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 Grain Indemnity Fund

The state of Iowa has reimplented the collection of fees to fund the Grain Indemnity Fund.  These assessments will begin on September 1, 2023. The assessment is .25cents (quarter of a cent) per bushel.  Bushels affected are those sold on Cash or Spot contracts.  Bushels on Credit Sale Contracts - Deferred Price, Deferred Payment, or Basis -  are not covered by or assessed for this fund.

 

 

 

 


 

Please call our Wayland office at 319-256-6000 we will be happy to help you with all your grain marketing needs!

 


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Market Snapshot
Quotes are delayed, as of June 22, 2024, 02:25:43 PM CDT or prior.

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Agri-Way Partners Cash Bids
Wayland      
Name Delivery Start Cash Price Delivery End
Quotes are delayed, as of June 22, 2024, 02:25:43 PM CDT or prior.
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.

Commentary
Corn Falls into the Close
Corn futures ended the holiday shortened week with losses of 3 ¼ to 4 ¾ cents on Friday, as the weekly change for July was 15 cents to the downside. July options expired today. Futures continue to feel pressure, as the sentiment of ‘rain makes grain’ is on the mind...
Wheat Ends Ugly Week with Losses
The wheat complex continued the losing streak on Friday, with contracts down across the three exchanges. Chicago posted losses of 3 ½ to 11 ¼ cents across the board on the Friday session, as July lost 51 ¼ cents this week. Kansas City futures were down 10 ¾ to 12...
Cotton Closes Mostly Lower on Friday
Cotton futures slipped lower in the front months on Friday, down 18 to 266 points. Other contracts were up 14 to 20 points Outside factors were piling on the pressure, with crude oil down 64 cents, as the US dollar index was up 253 points. Export Sales data from this...
Cattle Close Mixed, CoF Report Shows Placement Surprise
Live cattle futures were up 52 to 60 cents in the front two contracts, with the rest down 20 to 80 cents at the close. Trade talk has been slow to develop this week, some $310-312 in the beef reported in NE. A few $189-191 sales were reported in the...
Hogs Close Friday on a Mixed Note
Lean hog futures were mixed at the Friday close, with contracts anywhere from 20 cents higher to 7 cents lower, as July, up 90 cents, was an exception. The USDA National Base Hog price reported at $86.04 on Friday afternoon, down $1.17 from the previous day. The CME Lean Hog...
Soybeans Hold Higher on Friday
Soybeans held strong on Friday, as most 2024 and 2025 contracts were steady to 7 ¼ cents higher. The higher move couldn’t ease the bleeding, which say July lose 19 ¼ cents this week. July options expired today, with a pin around $11.60 apparent. Soymeal futures were up 30 cents...

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