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Cargill introduces Elevateā„¢ for grain marketing

The program aims to empower farmers with customized tools for informed decision-making in the grain market.

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Cargill has announced the launch of Cargill Elevateā„¢, a new program designed to assist farmers in maximizing their profitability through a combination of market insights, diverse pricing solutions, and expert advice. This initiative offers farmers the tools and flexibility to make better-informed decisions, keeping them competitive in the evolving grain market.

Ryan Dwyer, the program leader for Cargill Elevateā„¢, emphasized the program's focus on individual farmer needs. He pointed out that the diverse portfolio of pricing solutions under Cargill Elevateā„¢ allows farmers to tailor their grain marketing strategies to meet their unique goals.

The program features several key components:

  1. Market Insights: Cargill will provide all farmers with free access to condensed updates on market developments. These insights, drawn from Cargill's global supply chain perspective, are aimed at helping farmers make savvy business decisions.

  2. Pricing Solutions: Recognizing the importance of diversification in grain marketing, Cargill offers a range of contracts to suit different levels of control, cash flow needs, grain movement requirements, and risk tolerance. This includes Price Contracts, Insure Contracts, and Enhance Contracts, offering growers a variety of options to navigate varying market conditions.

  3. Cargill Elevate+: Slated for release in summer 2024, this enhanced service will provide more in-depth market insights and customized cash grain recommendations. Subscribers will also gain access to Bushel Farmā„¢, a leading farm management software, offering comprehensive insights into the operational and financial performance of their farms.

Farmers interested in Cargill Elevateā„¢ can find more information at or visit the Cargill booth at the upcoming Commodity Classic event, scheduled for February 28-March 2 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas. Additionally, information about other programs for the 2024-25 growing season, including Cargill RegenConnectĀ®, will be available at the event.

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