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4134 US Highway 117 S. Rose Hill, NC 28458

PO Box 759 Rose Hill, NC 28458


  • Grain Procurement Department: 910-289-2111

  • Robbie Montgomery: 910-260-1633

  • Nicole Giddens: 910-990-0886

  • Kelli Weeks: 910-282-4266

  • David Coleman:757-899-0172

  • Josh Goode: 910-284-2448



New Wheat Seed program

Last year's program was a success. Farmers enjoyed planting discounted, high quality seed, and harvesting a great wheat crop. This year we have the same popular, proven varieties that will surely be a success in your farming plan. The farmers who participated in this program harvested their wheat crop and quickly planted soybeans. Early harvested wheat was sent to our locations where there was no drying discount - getting the wheat up quickly removed the threat of bad weather. It also allowed soybeans to be planted sooner which will result in higher yields this fall. The double-crop strategy will result in higher yields from both crops, maximizing profits for your business, and improving the land as part of your rotation for future crops. It's time to sign up to buy wheat seed to plant this fall - call us today or click here for more program details.

Wheat Seed Program Update

wheat-fieldThe wheat looks great!  For those in the Wheat Seed Program, we're excited to introduce a collaboration with Smithfield Grain and Bayer Prosaro.  Prosaro improves yield and quality of your wheat which in turn impacts your bottom line!  Click here to learn more about the program and what Prosaro can do for your business!  For questions please call Robbie Montgomery at 910-260-1633.

 

Smithfield Grain expands - Ohio

smithfieldsign_embeddedSMITHFIELD, VA. — Smithfield Foods, a $14 billion global food company and the world’s largest pork processor and hog producer, said it is expanding its grain purchasing and handling operations by adding facilities in Harpster and Morral, Ohio. The acquisition of the facilities is expected to connect grain and soybean farmers with new, global markets while advancing Smithfield’s commitment to supply chain sustainability and proving the benefits of its vertically-integrated structure, the company said.


Smithfield said grain purchased at the Harpster buying station will feed hogs throughout Smithfield’s Eastern Hog Production Division. Meanwhile, soybeans from the Morral buying station will be loaded on location and transported to customers around the world, the company said.


“We’re now able to help feed nine million of our hogs in North Carolina with grain we source directly from Ohio farmers,” said Robbie Montgomery, grain origination manager for Smithfield Grain. “With this purchase, we will have the opportunity to make positive impacts to our product quality as well as our environmental footprint by collaborating directly with more farmers.”


The grain buying stations will be incorporated into Smithfield’s existing fertilizer optimization program, a collaborative project between Smithfield and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). The program, called SmithfieldGro, provides agronomy resources and tools to help farmers optimize their fertilizer application and improve soil health. The program’s expansion supports Smithfield in reaching its target of sourcing 75% of feed grain from sustainable origins by 2018.

Treated, high yielding wheat seed available - at a discount

wheat-program-2016Smithfield Grain is excited to announce our new farmer seed program for the 2017 wheat harvest season.  The program will provide farmers that partner with us premium seed at a discounted price.  Please call us today to place your seed order, supplies are limited.  Details about the program can be found here -- Seed Program Details

Chart of the Week

Futures
Contract Previous Open High Low Last Change Close
CORN (September) 3.7425 3.7375 3.7425 3.7300 3.7400 -0.0025
CORN (December) 3.8775 3.8700 3.8775 3.8650 3.8750 -0.0025
CORN (March) 3.9925 3.9875 3.9925 3.9800 3.9900 -0.0025
CORN (May) 4.0450 4.0400 4.0450 4.0350 4.0400 -0.0050
CORN (July) 4.0950 4.0850 4.0950 4.0850 4.0925 -0.0025
CORN (September) 4.0900 4.1000 4.1275 4.1000 4.1125 0.0225 4.1125
SOYBEANS (August) 9.9475 9.9275 9.9600 9.8975 9.9400 -0.0075
SOYBEANS (September) 10.0000 9.9800 10.0150 9.9500 9.9925 -0.0075
SOYBEANS (November) 10.0750 10.0575 10.0875 10.0225 10.0625 -0.0125
SOYBEANS (January) 10.1600 10.1425 10.1700 10.1100 10.1500 -0.0100
SOYBEANS (March) 10.1975 10.1900 10.2075 10.1475 10.1925 -0.0050
SOYBEANS (May) 10.2350 10.2275 10.2450 10.1900 10.2400 0.0050
SOYBEAN MEAL (August) 322.3 321.9 322.9 320.8 322.7 0.4
SOYBEAN MEAL (September) 324.4 323.6 325.0 322.9 324.3 -0.1
SOYBEAN MEAL (October) 326.2 325.8 326.7 324.9 326.1 -0.1
SOYBEAN MEAL (December) 329.0 328.6 329.8 327.8 329.1 0.1
SOYBEAN MEAL (January) 330.6 330.5 331.3 329.5 331.1 0.5
SOYBEAN MEAL (March) 331.3 331.2 331.9 330.2 331.9 0.6
LIVE CATTLE (August) 114.300 114.650 115.650 113.525 114.300 0.000 114.300
LIVE CATTLE (October) 113.375 113.725 114.675 112.825 113.575 0.200 113.575
LIVE CATTLE (December) 113.975 114.400 115.025 113.625 114.400 0.425 114.400
LEAN HOGS (August) 82.000 81.850 82.425 81.325 82.250 0.250 82.250
LEAN HOGS (October) 67.650 67.400 67.850 66.750 67.675 0.025 67.675
LEAN HOGS (December) 61.925 61.875 62.050 61.250 61.800 -0.125 61.800
FEEDER CATTLE (August) 146.475 147.175 148.975 145.925 147.825 1.350 147.825
FEEDER CATTLE (September) 147.075 147.825 149.925 147.000 148.950 1.875 148.950
FEEDER CATTLE (October) 146.525 147.425 149.000 146.275 148.250 1.725 148.250
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