Hedging | Consulting

Grain Hedging

Make better marketing decisions. Utilize RCM market analysis and hedge recommendations to implement your grain marketing strategy.

  • Lay out a detailed marketing plan with profit objectives.
  • Evolving software allows for production estimates to change as growing season progresses.
  • Monitor cash positions with futures/options positions all in one location.
  • Make lenders happy by having access to timely P&L estimates.
  • Anticipate margin requirements using forward-looking “what if” scenarios to ensure adequate funds to maintain hedges.

Commodity Markets Covered



Soft Red Winter Wheat

Hard Red Winter Wheat

Hard Red Sprint Wheat


Rough Rice



Contract Months

Corn, SRW, HRW, HRS and Oats month contracts are Mar., May, July, Sep., and Dec.

Soybean months are Jan., Mar., May, July, Aug., Sep. and Dec.

Cotton months are Mar., May, July, Oct. and Dec.

Canola months are Jan., Mar., May, July, and Nov.

Rough rice months are Jan., Mar., May, July, Sep. and Nov.

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