2/24/15 Due to repairs, Bellflower will not be accepting BEANS until further notice. Please deliver to Saybrook or call Gibson City West for other arrangements 217-784-4284
2/05/15ALL LOCATIONS Free DP on corn and beans. As space allows.
IMPORTANT NOTICE - We are now accepting delivery of Syngenta Agrisure Viptera, since it has been approved for import by China and the European Union.
IMPORTANT NOTICE - We will NOT accept delivery of Syngenta Duracade™ corn, or any other unapproved variety of corn, until it is approved for import by China and the European Union. Please consider this when making your corn planting decisions. All corn deliveries are subject to testing, rejection or discounts.
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CROP INSURANCE - We are now offering crop insurance through ADM Crop Risk Services. With our marketng and crop insurance programs, you can cover your pricing and protection needs in one stop.
Bundled Products - hail, wind, green snap, extra harvest and replant.
For private hail insurance products, Alliance Grain customers are eligible for up to a 10% reduction in premium. Contact Jeff for details on our crop insurance and marketing programs. (217) 369-7785
UPDATED! FARM BUDGET WORKSHEET - Alliance Grain has put together this farm budget worksheet, a tool to assist producers in their decision making. The worksheet will only be as accurate as the information that you put into it. Contact Jeff with questions! [ Download]
NEW!! Now available from QT, a new market information system packed with premium ag market content. Get quotes, market info, weather, and more!! Contact Terry Linn with any questions or concerns 312-896-2027 [www.qtfarms.com]
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