Delayed Price Contracts allow the producer to deliver their grain today and price their grain at a future date established by CHS Southwest Grain with a Delayed Price Agreement Contract.
For more information about Delayed Price Contracts, please go to the Delayed Price Program tab of the Grain section.
- CHS Southwest Grain takes over the risk of storing the grain from the producer.
- The grower can wait to price their grain anytime from the start of the contract until the predetermined contract price date established in the contract.
- Haul now, price later.
- Opportunity to catch market increases if prices rise from delivery date.
- There are storage charges per bushel, per month.
- Service fees apply if the grain is not priced within 15 days of delivery.
- No price protection if the markets move lower.