Corn, soybean marketing programs helps grower take advantage of sell signals
<p>Michael and Janice Slack make a lot of farm decisions together, including trusting advice from marketing pros to help sell part of their crops. </p>
Michael Slack is taking a more diversified approach to getting his corn and soybeans marketed. He’s leaning on two separate entities: one for its advice and the other for grain contracting programs. One segment pools grain with other bushels to demand a better price from big buyers, while the other offers the Kansas grower periodic sell-period notifications.