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Dakota Prairie Ag is excited to announcea new service offering to their patrons. We are opening a branch office of CHS Hedging, Inc. a commodity risk management division of CHS Inc. Jeremy Rolf has been named manager of the branch office and is a registered commodity broker. By opening the branch office, Dakota Prairie Ag will be able to offer its customers a complete risk management package that will include market advice, information and hedging using tools such as futures and options. Give Jeremy a call (701-493-2481)to discuss this opportuntity.
WHEAT IS CASH ONLY
DELAYED PRICING PROGRAMS SOYBEANS - CORN ASK FOR POSSIBILITY.
Market your grain to Dakota Prairie Ag using our electronic grain trading platform, powered by DPP. This new platform allows you the ability to market your grain anytime day or night by using your smartphone and/or computer. You the producer can set your target price, the bushels you would like to sell (2,500bu. Increments), and when you would like to deliver.
Dynamic Pricing Platform The Dynamic Pricing Platform (DPP) takes the preferred cash price for grain and automatically sells it when that cash price is reached. Producers designate the price they desire, how much to sell and when to deliver. The online DPP system evaluates offers in real time – tick by tick against the futures market. Put in your offers above the current price instead of selling across the scales.
Advantages of the DPP
Bid Charts (Local cash prices)
Historical and Intra-Day Futures Charts
Current and Historical LDP Information
Online Offer System
Firm (Cash) Offers
Futures Fixed Offers
For more information: contact Jeremy Rolf at (701) 493-2481
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