Where can I find pricing information for grain delivered to U.S. elevators?
Price indications are provided on many websites and advisory services. Sellers of grain wishing to deliver grain to a U.S. grain facility should always obtain actual or contractible price information directly from the grain company. U.S. grain buyers most often will provide for pricing in person or by phone. In some cases email and other electronic data transfer may be used by the buyer to confirm price.
In many cases grain company websites provide for current price indications but they are not necessarily contracted or actual prices paid. The State Department of Agriculture websites (See answer 2)d above) often provide historical and indicative cash grain price information as do numerous commodity advisory services in Canada and the U.S.