A BLOG ABOUT GRAIN MARKETING.
Weekly Recap: Since the grain markets are a little scary this week, Jamo's bringing you some good news with cattle and what to be watching out for...
The USDA will be out next Wednesday at 11 am with the Grain Stocks report which will tell us final ending stocks and carryover for the 19/20 crop year. This could give the market some excitement as it compares recent export sales to ending stocks numbers and tries to estimate any changes to 2020 production.
Your Ag Marketing dream team
Our goal is to take the frustration and intimidation out of grain marketing so you can focus on what you love to do. Coming from a farming background ourselves, we understand the blood, sweat, and tears that go into producing a crop. We know it takes a lot to trust someone else to market what you worked so hard to produce. We’ve helped so many customers through our years of experience, proven strategic approaches, and commitment to integrity. We hope you’ll join the Tredas family too.
We believe in developing a plan for livestock marketing that takes several variables into account. While none of us are fortune tellers, we can help you make your luck by controlling what can be controlled. Together we will work to minimize risk through a consistent and disciplined approach, ultimately helping you reach your goals and hopefully, providing peace of mind along the way.
Crop insurance might not always be the most interesting topic, but it can certainly make or break an operation. The wide range of insurance products available can often be confusing to navigate. We take the time to analyze each product to determine whether or not it’s a good fit, based on the client’s needs. We understand these products on a much deeper level than most agents because we rely on them to keep our own farms going.
Our customers trust us to market their grain.
Testimonials are representative of all reasonably comparable accounts and are not indicative of future performance or success.
Matthew is a corn and soybean farmer from Aurora, Nebraska. Check out his video to learn more about his relationship with Tredas!
Nate started out with just a few acres of ground and has worked to build his farm for decades. For him, the growth was easy, but the marketing? Not so much. Nate loves the options his Tredas Consultant, Zane Abner provides.
Gary farms corn and soybeans when he’s not feeding cattle near Bertrand, NE. He goes into detail about what sets Tredas apart from other companies.
Rob has a long history of working with corn, soybeans & cattle. He loves the hands-off approach of partnering with Tredas and how the Team keeps him motivated to keep making sales.