Aurora Grain

These are not your father's grain markets – but the ability of Aurora Cooperative's Grain Division to manage your grain and fully utilize its assets to quickly move it to market provides significant dividends for our patrons. We have invested – and continue to invest – in key infrastructure to increase the velocity of grain moving through our network, from receiving to load out on truck and rail. In fact, our advancements in rail capabilities have opened new markets for your grain, while local buyers appreciate our ability to dependably meet their grain needs. Yet moving your grain to market is only half of the critical role Aurora Grain plays. The second half involves managing the risk that comes with today's futures markets. This is where the time-honored principles of the Aurora Cooperative really shine. Our conservative risk management plan and access to working capital keep us properly positioned in the market. This provides important and necessary stability for you while ensuring the success of the cooperative as a whole. For the latest information on Grain related news from Aurora please visit our News page (link) or follow us on Facebook. For more information about the Aurora Cooperative's Grain Division, please contact one of the team members at 402-694-2106  or 800-642-6795  or via email by clicking on a name below. 

For your convienence, Aurora Grain has assembled a set of reports and links that you may find interesting or helpful.
Reports Simply click on the link to view the file.
USDA Ethanol Reports (.pdf)
USDA Supply & Demand Report (.pdf)
USDA Corn Planting Progress (.pdf)
USDA Soybean Planting Progress (.pdf)
USDA Corn Crop Conditions (.pdf)
USDA Bean Crop Conditions (.pdf)

USDA Spring Wheat Crop Conditions (.pdf)
USDA Winter Wheat Crop Condition (.pdf)
USDA Export Report (.pdf)
Weekly Export Inspection Report (.pdf)

Links
Chicago Board of Trade
Kansas City Board of Trade
National Corn Growers Association
Nebraska Corn Growers Association
Nebraska Corn Board
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Nebraska Grain & Feed Association