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A FULL SERVICE GRAIN ELEVATOR. Wheaton Grain, Inc. is a family run business which displays strong values and morals. Conducting business honestly and ... Wheaton Grain, Inc. is a family run business which displays strong values and morals. Conducting business honestly and fairly is our promise to our customers and employees. RECENT INTERVIEW LATEST NEWS LETTER PLEASE CONTACT US FOR ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS Wheaton Grain, Inc. | 715.874.6593 | darryl@wheatongrain.com 5852 County Highway T, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 54729 Wheaton Grain, Inc. is a Subsidiary of Wheaton Grain, Inc. | 715.874.6593 | darryl@wheatongrain.com | 5852 County Highway T Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 54729 Website Design & Photography by TRAVIS DEWITZ COMMERCIAL



Current Grain Bids | Wheaton Grains

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A Full Service Grain Elevator. ... Our local cash bids for corn and soybeans are very competitive with the other elevators in the Chippewa Valley. Click Here for ... WE ARE A FULL SERVICE GRAIN ELEVATOR THAT DELIVERS GMO AND NON-GMO AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES TO DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL MARKETS. Our local cash bids for corn and soybeans are very competitive with the other elevators in the Chippewa Valley. CLICK HERE FOR OUR CURRENT CASH PRICE PLEASE CONTACT US FOR ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS Wheaton Grain, Inc. | 715.874.6593 | darryl@wheatongrain.com 5852 County Highway T, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 54729 Wheaton Grain, Inc. is a Subsidiary of Wheaton Grain, Inc. | 715.874.6593 | darryl@wheatongrain.com | 5852 County Highway T Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 54729 Website Design & Photography by TRAVIS DEWITZ COMMERCIAL



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Apr 16, 2016 ... Wheaton Grain, Inc. | 715.874.6593 | darryl@wheatongrain.com 5852 County Highway T, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 54729. Your Name ... custer-farms-grain-elevator-towers PLEASE CONTACT US FOR ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS Wheaton Grain, Inc. | 715.874.6593 | darryl@wheatongrain.com 5852 County Highway T, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 54729 Wheaton Grain, Inc. is a Subsidiary of Wheaton Grain, Inc. | 715.874.6593 | darryl@wheatongrain.com | 5852 County Highway T Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 54729 Website Design & Photography by TRAVIS DEWITZ COMMERCIAL




CONTRACTS | Wheaton Grains ***** A Full Service Grain Elevator. ... Important Notice: All unpriced grain from the previous harvest needs to be priced by September 30th. Cash Forward Contract:  ...

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Important Notice:  All unpriced grain from the previous harvest needs to be priced by September 30th. Cash Forward Contract: This contract is the basic contract for the purchase of grain. The Producer has a specific quantity of grain and wishes to set a definite price and time period of delivery. There is no service charge for this contract. Payment to the producer will be made within the customary 7 day time period. Storage Contract: This contract allows the producer to store their grain at our facility. The Producer may choose to remove grain from storage or sell it to the elevator at anytime during the life of the contract. Grain will be subject to storage fee of $0.03 prorated daily per bushel per month to be billed out at the beginning of each month. Any grain not sold to the elevator will generate a handling/load out fee of $0.08 per bushel. Delayed Payment Contract: This contract is similar to a cash forward contract in regards to the Producer has a specific quantity of grain, wishes to set a definite price and time period of delivery. However, the producer does not wish to be paid within the customary 7 day time period. They choose to have their payment delayed to a specific date. This is not a storage contract. The grain dealer (Buyer) becomes the owner of any grain which the producer (Seller) delivers to the grain dealer under this contract. The producer relinquishes ownership and control of the grain, and becomes an unsecured creditor pending payment. Hedge-To-Arrive Contract: This contract is a contract for the purchase of grain. The Producer has a specific quantity of grain and wishes to set a futures prices and time period of delivery. There is a service charge of $0.03/bu for this contract. The contract will need to be priced by a specified time with the option to roll for a service fee of $0.03/bu. Payment to the producer will be made within the customary 7 day time period upon the pricing of the contract.



Wheaton Grain Inc. | U.S. Soybean Export Council ***** Aug 15, 2018 ... Wheaton operates a grain elevator, transload facility, manages a trucking company, and grows corn and both GMO and Non GMO soybeans on ...

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BY EGIBSON- WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2018 Wheaton Grain is a full service container export supplier of US grains and feed ingredients to Asia. Wheaton is involved in all areas of the supply chain to best serve its customers. Wheaton operates a grain elevator, transload facility, manages a trucking company, and grows corn and both GMO and Non GMO soybeans on its Wisconsin family farm. Integrated Aquaculture Agriculture Farming Systems 7th MAGHREB Poultry Feed Round Table Commercial Demonstration of In-Pond Raceways U.S. Soy Sustainability Assurance Protocol (SSAP) - April 2018 NEWSEVENTSRESOURCESDIRECTORYABOUT



How Wisconsin's Wheaton Grain Gained Attraction of Foreign Buyers ***** Jul 12, 2018 ... Wisconsin's Wheaton Grain has attracted foreign interest thanks to ... grain merchandiser at Wheaton Grain, Inc., a family-owned grain elevator ...

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HomeU.S. AgricultureWisconsinWisconsin Agribusiness How Wisconsin’s Wheaton Grain Gained Attraction From Foreign Buyers The best of Wisconsin presented to international markets By Joanie Stiers - July 12, 2018 Wheaton Grain’s relatively young export venture has already spurred its expansion, thanks to a buyers mission, a meet-and-greet event that introduces international customers to Wisconsin suppliers. “Without the export business, we wouldn’t have been able to expand and purchase another facility,” says Darryl Custer, a grain merchandiser at Wheaton Grain, Inc., a family-owned grain elevator with affiliated trucking and farming businesses in Chippewa Falls. “It just got to the point where we couldn’t originate enough soybeans and corn in the fall to support our export business, so we had to reach out and expand.” Since 2014, Wheaton Grain has exported corn, soybeans and distiller’s dried grains – a feed product from local ethanol plants – to China and Thailand. The Custer family credits their export business to the Value-Added International Feed Buyers Mission, an orchestrated event during the Madison-based World Dairy Expo that connects significant international buyers with quality Wisconsin feed suppliers. The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, Food Export Association of the Midwest USA and various interest groups sponsor the feed buyers mission and similar ones for other Wisconsin goods, such as cranberries, dairy products, baking ingredients and processed foods. All seek the same result: new exports and a wealth of opportunities for Wisconsin businesses. That’s good for Wisconsin’s economy.



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STATE OF THE ART GRAIN ELEVATOR - CHIPPEWA FALLS, WIS. WHEATON GRAIN. Wheaton Grain has expanded greatly since its inception in 1990 as ... STATE OF THE ART GRAIN ELEVATOR - CHIPPEWA FALLS, WIS. Wheaton Grain has expanded greatly since its inception in 1990 as Chippewa Valley Grain. They were one of the first in the state to utilize an unique heat process that improved the bypass protein content of soybeans. This soybean process was found to be an excellent feed product for the dairy nation and business grew from there. Today Wheaton Grain has the capacity to store 3,500,000 bushels between two locations. The new rail transload terminal in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin has opened up international markets for GMO and non-GMO agricultural commodities. Unlike their business, their website wasn’t keeping up with the pace they had set. They desperately needed a website that could keep their customers up to date on current market pricing as well as other pertinent news. There new website will also funnel domestic and international crop buyers to their modern grain elevator here in the Chippewa Valley. We worked together to create imagery that will allow them to stand apart from the competition online and through other marketing materials while maintaining their rural roots and family values. T.D. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY CO. - EAU CLAIRE, WISCONSIN ©2019 Travis Dewitz | Editorial & Commercial Photographer | travis.dewitz@cmlphoto.co | 715.514.4505




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