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Bringing live market information directly to you

CHS will be bringing market information directly to its growers in a new way on Tuesday, July 14.

In light of current conditions with COVID-19 across the United States, we will be bringing market information to you virtually, rather than in-person meetings like we’ve done in the past.

On Tuesday, July 14, there will be two different live broadcasts to talk about corn, soybeans and wheat markets.

At 10am CST on Tuesday, July 14, Chris Stringer, global trade team lead, corn, CHS Global Grain Marketing, and Justin Friesz, global trade team lead, soybeans, CHS Global Grain Marketing, will be sharing their perspectives on the current markets, the July 10 USDA report, and more. At noon CST on the same day, Bruce Weber, director of risk management, wheat, CHS Global Grain Marketing, will be sharing insights on the current wheat market, the July 10 USDA report and more.

These sessions will be held on Skype Broadcast. Skype is a web-based meeting so it’s very user friendly for you to join in using your computer, tablet, or phone.

Please note that there is a login step for webinar participants, so please login before the webinar begins.

Corn and Beans (10 a.m. Central) : Please click here to enter your name and location information shortly before the webinar starts.

Wheat (noon Central): Please click here to enter your name and location information shortly before the webinar starts.

The links will become active 15 minutes prior to the start. To allow time for the registration process, we ask that you plan to register at least five minutes before the webinars start.

We hope you can join us for these Grain Market Updates and reach out to your local CHS Grain Origination team with questions.

Recognize, respect risks associated with grain handling

grain safety
Grain powers American agriculture. During Stand-Up for Grain Safety Week, March 25 through 29, we want to remind everyone working on farms and in grain-handling facilities to respect and understand the risks associated with working with grain.

“It’s important to continue to work with the industry, our employees and our farmer-owners on the hazards in the grain industry, while stressing safe practices and controls to ensure their safety,” says Matt Surdick, manager, Country Operations Environment, Health and Safety, CHS. (more…)

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