Grain Services
Your harvest is your livelihood, and we are committed to providing the services you need to maximize your profits on every acre. With 5.983 million bushels of company-wide storage capacity—all under a federal warehouse license—we’re ready to receive your crop. See us for all your grain handling and marketing needs.

Grain Locations:
Dallas - 123 N Main, Dallas, SD                                              605-835-8365         
Winner  
     Winner Terminal  - 31711 Harvest Rd, Winner, SD           605-842-7549 or 605-842-1582          
     Winner East  - 27843 317th Ave, Winner, SD                    605-842-2771                   
Fairfax  - 107 Turney, Fairfax, SD                                           605-654-2619
Burke - 1242 Franklin, Burke, SD                                           605-775-2652    
 

 

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Marketing Programs
CHS has several marketing programs available to help producers with managing risk and helping to provide solutions for their grain needs.

For more information, call  Director of Grain Marketing and Procement Randy Naze at 605-842-7549.
 

Wheat and Oats Delayed Pricing (DP) Program – Effective July 1st, 2019 

Effective July 1, 2019 new deliveries of wheat and oats will be placed directly into CHS Winner’s, and its affiliated locations*, 2019-2020 DP Program.  Growers must sign and return all contracts within 30 days from the date of the contract.  Any contracts not signed and returned within 30 days, the grain affected by that contract will be priced at the close of the markets that day and a check will be mailed out to the grower per directive by the South Dakota PUC. 
 
Growers will have 14 days from delivery to price the wheat or oats without incurring any DP charges. Bushels unprices within 14 days of delivery will be charged 0.06/bu retroactive to the date of delivery.  This program will replace the current storage program now in effect.
 
All wheat and oats in the 2019-2020 Delayed Pricing Program will need to be priced by noon on May 22, 2020.  Any bushels not priced will be priced by CHS at noon May 22, 2020.
 
This DP program is being offered first come, first served on a location-by-location basis.  Elevator space may be limited.
 
A price later contract (also know as a Delayed Pricing or No Price Established Contract) allows you to move grain without establishing any price.  Charges vary with market conditions.  It is important to note that, unlike storage, title to the grain passes to the buyer upon delivery.  You will not be able to use Price Later grain as collateral for government loans or Loan Deficiency Payments (LDP).
 
All grains delivered must be priced, delivered against a contract or placed into the DP program offered at the time.
 
For details on any of the DP Programs offered by CHS contact the Grain Division at 605-842-7549.
 
*CHS Winner
  CHS Dallas
  CHS Burke
  CHS Fairfax
 

 

 

Delayed Pricing (DP) program for Corn, Soybeans and Milo – Effective September 19, 2019


CHS is accepting corn, soybeans and milo delivered to all locations in the DP program as space is available.  All delivered corn, soybeans and milo will be placed directly into the DP program at delivery unless sold spot or applied to a contract.  The grower shall have 14 days of free time to price the bushels.  After the free time, the fee is 6 cents per bushel per month for corn and milo and 7 cents per bushel per month for soybeans prorated back to the date of delivery. 
 Growers must sign and return all contracts within 30 days.  Any contracts not signed and returned within 30 days, the grain affected by that contract will be priced at the close of the markets that day and a check will be mailed out to the grower per new directive by the South Dakota PUC.


Grain not sold as of noon on September 30, 2019 will be automatically priced at noon on September 30, 2019.

Standard discount schedules in place at time of pricing will be used on all corn soybeans and milo. CHS reserves the right to reject any loads not meeting our grade standards.

Program is subject to availability of space at each location and is subject to change at any time.

A price later contract (also known as a Delayed Pricing or No Price Established Contract) allows you to move grain without establishing any price.  Charges vary with market conditions.  It is important to note, that unlike storage, title to the grain passes to the buyer upon delivery.  You will not be able to use Price Later grain as collateral for government loans or Loan Deficiency Payments (LDP).

All grains delivered must be priced, delivered against a contract, or placed into the DP program offered at the time


 
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Delayed Pricing (DP) Program for sunflowers – Effective 7/22/2019
CHS is accepting Sunflowers delivered to Dallas and Winner in the DP program as space is available.  All delivered Sunflowers will be placed directly into the DP program at delivery unless sold spot or applied to a contract.  The grower shall have 14 days of free time to price the bushels.  After the free time, the fee is 8 cents per bushel per month prorated back to the date of delivery. 
  Growers must sign and return all contracts within 30 days.  Any contracts not signed and returned within 30 days, the grain affected by that contract will be priced at the close of the markets that day at CHS posted price a check will be mailed out to the grower per new directive by the South Dakota PUC.


Flowers not sold as of noon on May 22,2020 will be automatically priced at our posted Sunflower price as of noon on May 22, 2020.

Standard discount schedules in place at time of pricing will be used on all Flowers delivered. CHS reserves the right to reject any loads not meeting our grade standards.

Program is subject to availability of space at each location and is subject to change at any time.

A price later contract (also known as a Delayed Pricing or No Price Established Contract) allows you to move grain without establishing any price.  Charges vary with market conditions.  It is important to note, that unlike storage, title to the grain passes to the buyer upon delivery.  You will not be able to use Price Later grain as collateral for government loans or Loan Deficiency Payments (LDP).

All grains delivered must be priced, delivered against a contract, or placed into the DP program offered at the time

 









 
 
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