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PGAg Dumping Notice

August 25, 2019

All PGAg dumping locations are CLOSED today (Sunday, August 25th) due to weather.

Cover Crop Prices

August 21, 2019

Effective 08/21/2019:

                   Barley                                $8.50/bu

                   Rye                                     $8.00/bu

                   Oats                                    $6.00/bu

                   Matlock Winter Wheat       $10.50/bu


                  ***Prices Subject to Change Without Notice!***

Terminal Harvest Hours

August 19, 2019

Monday - Saturday ~       7:30 am to 7:00 pm

            Sunday   ~       Noon to 6:00 pm


Weather permitting.

Call with questions.


Friendly Grain Reminder

August 19, 2019

Old crop Corn & Soybean Price Later

program deadline Friday, August 23rd


**Unpriced corn & soybean bushels will roll

into new program @ $.10/bu fee**


Please give us a call today 

             Enderlin office:  701-437-2400                        

               Marion office:  701-669-2253 



2019 Winter Wheat Seed

August 16, 2019



Matlock winter wheat seed  $ 10.50/bu


Subject to Change Without Notice!

Fall Price Later Programs

August 1, 2019

Our current Price Later programs can be found under the Grain tab & select 'Grain Policies & Programs'.

Enderlin Agronomy Hours (1)

July 26, 2019

Starting 07/29/2019 Monday through Friday 7:30 am - 5:00 pm. 

Safety Message

July 24, 2019

Many trucks dump at PGA locations daily.  If you open the gates or a PGA employee does, it is always easier & safer to open well maintained traps & gates.  Please maintain your equipment & help the unload process run smoothly.  Everyone appreciates your efforts.

Crystalyx Blog:The role of phosphorus is summer mineral programs

June 21, 2019

Do you know the difference between macrominerals and microminerals? Jon Albro breaks down the difference and explains why phosphorus is so important for beef cattle production.

HUBBARD FEEDS:Nutritional strategies for starting calves

May 22, 2018



In the cattle business, there are few things as rewarding as getting weaned calves and newly arrived feeder cattle off
to a good start. The first 30–45 days after weaning and/or commingling can set the tone for calves’ lifelong health,
performance and profitability. Whether calves are destined to be herd replacements or feeder cattle, they should all be
provided with feed that helps them build strong immune systems and grow at a pace that will enhance their production
for their entire lives.