WANT TO SELL YOUR GRAIN WITH THE PROS?

Here's how Cargill's ProPricing® grain contract can help.

If you had the time to monitor changing global trends, weather patterns and currency fluctuations, would that make you a better grain marketer? This is how Cargill professionals spend their time, analyzing global data and capturing marketing opportunities when they arise. With ProPricing®, you put a portion of your production into their hands and watch them go to work for you.

FROM YOUR FIELD TO YOUR BOTTOM LINE, PROPRICING HELPS SIMPLIFY GRAIN MARKETING.

ProPricing offers two different contract types. These contracts give you flexibility when picking time periods for delivery, match your comfort level with forward marketing and further diversity within a given crop year.

InventoryPro

This year’s crop. Do you have old crop that’s taking up space? InventoryPro is for unsold bushels in your field or in your bin that you still need to price.

ProPricing

For new crop. Looking to forward contract and proactively take control of futures price risk? Enroll next year’s bushels in ProPricing.

WHY PROPRICING?

Price

Our professionals manage your grain as if it’s our own, using the same information they use to trade Cargill’s grain.

Knowledge

Weekly updates tell you how the contract is performing in terms of per cent priced and current market value. The Cargill professionals also give you insight into how they make their decisions.

Control

You can leave your tonnes in the ProPricing contract until it expires, or you can choose to price out at any time without penalty.

PROPRICING FOR SPECIALTY CANOLA GROWERS.

Take advantage of trading your specialty canola alongside ours, and maintain the flexibility and control to price out when you want.

CONTACT A CARGILL REPRESENTATIVE

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© 2018 Cargill Limited. All Rights Reserved. ProPricing is a registered trademark of Cargill Incorporated. Purchase Contract terms apply. This is provided to you for information purposes only, does not constitute an offer, and is not intended to be a part of any contract that may be entered into. Please consult the Purchase Contract for the terms and conditions that will govern the sale and purchase of grain. Information provided is general in nature and is provided without guarantee as to results. The information is not intended to be, and should not be construed as, trading, financial, legal or tax advice. No warranty is made with regard to the information or results obtained by its use. Cargill Limited, it subsidiaries and affiliates disclaim any liability arising out of your use of, or reliance on, the information.