Hours: 

Pasco Office Hours: 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday -Thursday 7:00 AM-12 PM Friday

Pasco Elevator Hours:  7:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday-Thursday; Closed Friday Saturday & Sunday  

Burbank Elevators Hours: 7:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday-Thursday; Closed Friday Saturday & Sunday 

NOTE: ALL PRICES ARE NOW DELIVERED PASCO, NOT PORTLAND 

Contact us if you want our bids sent by text or email daily  
Office #509-545-0900 & Elevator #509-545-5179
 
 
Call Tri-State Seed for all of your seed needs.
Contact Mason or John at 509-234-2500
 
 
Commentary

4/23/24: Conditions and planting progress report out yesterday afternoon confirmed the HRW crop is starting to go backwards.  Conditions faded from 55% Good/Excellent to 50% Good/Excellent.  Oklahoma and Kansas were the main losers with the lack of moisture over the last couple weeks.  Kansas dropped from 43% to 36% while Oklahoma dropped from 60% to 49%.  The country Kansas and Oklahoma all remain well ahead of conditions from last year during this same time.  This coupled with dryness concerns in Russia should keep a bid under wheat markets until/if rain shows up.  All spring planting is ahead of last year’s pace as well as the 5-year average.  Corn planting progress sits at 12%, Soybeans at 8% and Spring Wheat at 15%.  Wheat markets are off the highs established over night post reports, but red wheats this morning remain up 3-5 cents while Chicago is only up a couple.  Corn followed along nicely yesterday gaining back majority of the losses we had seen the previous weeks; it is also up a couple cents again today.  Sounds like producers through the Midwest are taking advantage of corn playing follower and selling corn on the wheat led rally.  Makes sense given the great start to planting progress on row crops.  KC and Chicago wheat are up 70 cents total off the nearby lows established the past month.  Chicago rally has helped SWW gain 60 cents off the lows.  Significant planting/weather rallies historically are excellent selling opportunities.   

* Please call with BOLS counts for the upcoming wheat harvest.

***Tri Cities Grain now offering Grain Settlement ACH Payments as well as Vendor ACH payments. 1 page form to fill out in order to set up the process.  Please call with any questions

Click here for the ACH Payment form

 

Cash Bids Delivered TCG; No Additional Fees or Fuel Surcharges Deducted

Quotes are on 15 min delay with futures markets.  Please call to confirm pricing 

Futures Quotes
Quotes are delayed, as of April 24, 2024, 04:50:58 PM CDT or prior.
Commentary
Hogs Close Mostly Lower, USDA Shows Slight Build to Pork Stocks -

Lean hogs closed the midweek session with contracts a dime to $1.22 lower, as August was the lone exception, up a nickel. USDA’s National Average

Cotton Posts Midweek Losses -

Cotton futures were down anywhere from 39 to 187 points on Wednesday. The outside market influences put pressure on the market, with crude oil down

Soybeans Falter to Weakness on Wednesday -

Soybeans faded the earlier morning strength, as contracts were mixed but well off the highs. Futures closed with contracts anywhere from down 1 ½

Cattle Back to Retreat Mode on H5N1 Virus News -

Live cattle ended the day with weakness, as contracts were down $1.20 to $2.12 on Wednesday. This morning’s Fed Cattle Exchange auction saw no

Wheat Extending Bull Run -

The wheat complex is continuing to lead the grains bull charge this week. Kansas City futures were up 10 ¾ to 16 ¾ cents on the session. Chicago

Corn Closes Red Following Drop to Ethanol Production -

Corn futures extended the front month losses into the close, as contracts through Dec were down 2 to 5 ¼ cents. For 2025 contracts and beyond,

Full commentary...
Download the Tri-Cities Grain App Today!

Washington USDA Newswire

More news...
NOAA Weather


The CME Group Intercontinental Exchange