Join CHS Agri Service Center as it collects food and funds to help fight hunger.
CHS Agri Service Centeris participating in the fourth annual CHS Harvest for Hunger food and fund drive to raise donations of money, food and grain to benefit hungry families throughout our community. Hunger in America exists for more than 50 million people, according to Feeding America. That’s one in six of the U.S. population – including more than one in five children.
Beginning on March 1, CHS Agri Service Center will join CHS Country Operations locations across the country to raise food and funds for regional food banks, which will be distributed to food shelves throughout our area. Financial donations are encouraged because food banks have tremendous buying power to purchase quality food at deeply discounted rates.
Our local communities also win when CHS Country Operations makes a bonus contribution to help our friends and neighbors right here in our community.
Help CHS Agri Service Center make a difference and donate during the 2014 CHS Harvest for Hunger.
Make sure to keep your eyes open for all of our locations upcoming fundraisers!!! Click HERE to watch a clip about our Harvest for Hunger campaign!
USDA increased its forecast for corn exports by 25 mb in the March
supply and demand report released at 11 a.m. CT on Monday. USDA also altered
its soybean balance sheet by tweaking imports, crush and export figures.
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What we saw and what we thought we saw in soybeans following the
March USDA supply and demand report wasn't necessarily the same thing.
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Growing demand and a change in production habits have produced the
second consecutive year of dicamba shortages, a popular herbicide option for
See DTN Ag News. 7^Dicamba Shortage Ahead...
Manufacturers continue to bring forward new soybean herbicides with a
focus on residuals and weed resistance management.
See DTN Ag News. BWeeds to Watch - 14...
Porcine epidemic diarrhea has not yet affected U.S. exports of pork
to Japan, pork traders say. But some fear high prices and insufficient volume
availability could negatively influence purchasing behavior in Japan by summer.
See DTN Ag News. BJapan Still Buying US Pork...
Make, Manage and Monitor Firm Offers to CHS Agri Service Center Electronically.
Our electronic grain marketing program, powered by DPPSM grain desk, is a revolutionary tool that allows you, the producer, to set a target price for your grain, the number of bushels that you would like to sell, and the delivery period you would like to deliver against.