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EMA Fall Marketing Plans:

We all know that this year has been a large challenge to say the least. We are working to make sure we can dump your farmers fall crops. We are going to have a few changes to our fall marketing program. It is very difficult to find decent bids for the crop and with space as tight as it is we will be going to deferred payment only on Soybeans this fall. We will be charging a $.04 monthly charge. ($.01 better than storage). This will allow us to handle this crop as efficiently as possible. We will give the farmer until August 31, 2017 to price their beans.

We will also be going to cash or basis contracts only on Milo. The farmer will have the option to take the cash bid across the scale or set his basis against the May futures and have until April 30 to price his crop. We will not charge any storage on milo in the basis sale program. We think that both of the moves are necessary in order to protect our cooperatives against selling at such depressed values in the market.

--Troy Rigel


Garber Cooperative is making room for the 2016 corn harvest with the implementation of a wheat bunker. The bunker is expected to hold roughly 1.2 million bushels of wheat from the 2016 wheat harvest.


Oklahoma’s Right to Farm constitutional amendment will be on the ballot in the general election on November 8, 2016. To secure these constitutional rights for farmers and ranchers, Oklahoma agriculture needs to make our case to the press and the voters.

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