Grain Division

Grain is the lifeblood of the farm economy. That’s why we take our role as the WFS grain department so seriously. Our goal is to keep your incoming grain in great condition, and help you create marketing plans that deliver profitability.

With 100-car loaders in St. James and Welcome, we’re connected by two railroads to markets across the country and around the world. And unlike other potential grain purchasers, we offer our customers the ability to store grain under a price-later program.

If you’re looking for a partner who handles your grain like it is their own, choose WFS.


The WFS Cash Prices are on a 10 minute delay.
Our grain buying hours are 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. on days that the market is trading. 


Grain checks will not be available for pickup until after 11 a.m. the following business day.


Due to the Thanksgiving holiday our buying hours for Friday Nov 27 will be 8:30 - Noon.  This will follow the hours that the market is trading that day.  We will NOT be buying grain after the market closes.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!


WFS Custom Drying Fees Starting Fall of 2015
Wet corn brought in and dry corn taken out:  Normal discounts will be taken for drying and shrink down to 15% moisture.  Corn must be taken back out within 10 days of deposit.  If it is not the minimum storage charge will be applied.  WFS will be charging a 15 cent per bushel handling fee on this corn.  WFS will not split tickets any longer on corn going out as it is a very cumbersome process to do the paperwork.  WFS will sell a partial load if more is loaded out than brought in or buy a partial load if less is taken out than brought in.  



GRAIN DATA SAFETY SHEET (click here for printable copy)