Market Your New Crop Around Price Targets
June 7, 2018
By now, you know your 2018 input costs, and have price targets for your corn and soybeans. But can you realistically capture them in these markets? Yes, say two... Read More
The Hedge-to-Arrive (HTA) grain contract offers you the choice to lock in only the futures reference price portion of your cash contract for a specific quantity to be delivered in the future. The basis can be set at a later date, but must be done prior to delivery. It’s one of many contract options that allow you to actively manage price risk.
Note that entering into a Hedge-to-Arrive (HTA) contract does not result in the seller opening a futures or options account or having a futures or options position. Any futures or options position taken by a buyer is for the benefit of the buyer only and shall be in the buyer’s name. Futures and/or options may be employed as a grain pricing mechanism. This contract is not a futures or options contract or a commodity pool agreement.
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Here’s how to put Hedge-to-Arrive to work for you:
March 14, 2017
With a warmer-than-average winter across much of the U.S., you’re probably itching to get to the field. But don’t blow past an important date for the grain markets on... Read More
February 9, 2017
It’s a key time of year for your grain marketing. Your bins may be full and you’d prefer to sell before spring fieldwork has you completely occupied. It may... Read More
Please contact me so we can have a conversation about this grain contract.