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Unificaiton Meeting Reminder

April 16, 2019

Special Voting Unification Meetings

Thursday, April 18th


Marion Community Center @ 10:00 am

Enderlin VFW @ 1:00 pm

Sheldon Community Center @ 3:00 pm

Easter Weekend Holiday

April 15, 2019

All PGAg Locations will be CLOSED

Friday April 19th - Sunday April 21st

Have a Safe & Happy Easter Holiday weekend!!!

Crstalyx Block Blog-Maximizing bull fertility and performance

April 10, 2019

Purchasing bulls is a large initial investment for an operation — but, unfortunately, these animals do not often receive the attention they deserve, especially outside of breeding season. Much like a good athlete, your bull should prepare in the off-season to perform at their best during the season. We often focus primarily on heifer and cow nutrition because it is of great importance; however, it’s also important to remember that 50 percent of your calf crop’s genetics come from the sire. Proper management, with an emphasis on nutrition, will help you maximize the performance of your bulls...

New Price Later Programs

February 28, 2019

We have an updated Price Later program effective March 1st, 2019.  You can find it under the Grain tab & select 'Grain Policies & Programs'.

Current Terminal Dumping Hours

December 13, 2018

Monday - Friday ~       7:30 am to 5:00 pm

Closed Weekends.


PGAg Agronomy WInter Hours

November 12, 2018

Monday - Friday 7:30am-5:00pm

Grain Program Fees

August 20, 2018

Hedge-to-Arrive Fees

As of: 08/20/2018


                  Corn                                   Soybean                                             Wheat

          Dec ’18        No Fee                     Nov ’18              No Fee                                  Sept ’18            No Fee

          Mar ’19        No Fee                     Jan ’19               No Fee                                  Dec ’18            No Fee

           May ’19       No Fee                     Mar ’19              No Fee                                  Mar ’19            No Fee

           July ’19        No Fee                    May ’19             No Fee                                  May ’19            No Fee

Dec ’19-Sept ‘20        0.05                    July ’19              No Fee                                 July ‘19              No Fee

Dec ’20 forward         0.08                Nov ’19-Aug ’20        0.08                               Sept ’19-July ’20       0.05

                                                      Nov ’20 forward           0.12                              Sept ’20 forward        0.08


***Fees deducted from hedge***

Hubbard Feeds: Calf care: Daily walk-throughs

July 23, 2018

Calf care: Daily walk-throughs

By Ellan Dufour, Dairy Research Nutritionist, Hubbard Feeds-

When performing daily walk-throughs with your calves there are four things to consider: feed, water, calf health and bedding. Providing these basic needs for young calves can go a long way in promoting health, efficient growth and setting them up for future success.

Watch as Hubbard Feeds Dairy Nutritionist Dr. Angie Manthey explains the basics of calf care and her daily walk-through recommendations:

Spring 2019 Prices

April 4, 2018



     Cert Valda        $ 11.00/bu

     Cert Ingmar     $ 11.00/bu

     Westbred 9590 (Limited)  $ 13.50/bu



     Morton Oats   $  6.50/bu


Prices must be paid for to secure current pricing.

Subject to Change Without Notice!

HUBBARD FEEDS: Don’t overlook the importance of colostrum this calving season

March 8, 2018



Don’t overlook the importance of colostrum this calving season

By Garrett Preedy, M.S., Beef Nutritionist, Hubbard FeedsCalving time either has arrived or is approaching for many beef producers,

Calving time either has arrived or is approaching for many beef producers, and with it comes the joy of watching baby calves arrive, nurse, graze and grow to weaning. Unfortunately, not all calves make it to the pay window for producers. Losses that occur before weaning can often be traced back to birth, when calves did not receive adequate colostrum from their dams.