Organic Grain Marketing

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Organic Grain Marketing

Organic Grain Contracts

Thompsons brings structure and professionalism to organic grain contracting

When you contract with Thompsons, you know the price you will get paid, the amount that will be shipped, the timeframe that your crop will be shipped in, and most importantly, you will receive a cheque within 10 days of delivering your organics.

There are no surprises!

Corn

Contracting options:

  • Harvest contracts (September – November 30)
  • Post-harvest contracts (stated month at time of contracting)
  • Quantity – contract bushels or MT
  • All contracts are delivered prices
  • Graded as a Canadian #2 yellow corn plus Thompsons’ specs
  • Receiving branch: Mitchell
organic corn photo

Soybeans

Contracting options:

  • Harvest contracts (September – November 30)
  • Post-harvest contracts (January – April 28)
  • Quantity – contract bushels or MT
  • All contracts are delivered prices graded as a Canadian #1 plus Thompsons’ specs
  • Receiving branch: Hensall / Port Albert
field of organic soybeans photo

Wheat

Contracting options:

  • Harvest contracts (July – August 30)
  • Post-harvest contracts (January – May 30)
  • Quantity – contract bushels or MT
  • All contracts are delivered prices Graded as a Canadian #2 Wheat plus Thompsons’ specs
  • Soft/Hard; Red/White; Winter/Spring
  • Receiving branch: Granton
Wheat field

White Beans

Contracting options:

  • Harvest contracts (September – November 30)
  • Quantity – MT
  • Priced based off 100 pounds
  • All contracts are delivered prices
  • Graded as a Canadian #1 plus Thompsons’ specs
  • Receiving branch: Kent Bridge

Black Beans

Contracting options:

  • Harvest contracts (September – November 30)
  • Quantity – MT
  • Priced based off 100 pounds
  • All contracts are delivered prices Graded as a Canadian #1 plus Thompsons’ specs
  • Receiving branch: Kent Bridge
black bean plants photo

Other markets

We are also actively looking at markets for:

Oats • Peas • Spelt • Rye • Kidney beans • Barley

If you need a home for a crop let us know and we’ll try to find one.

We are working hard with end-users to promote the local supply chain. Ontario has a lot to offer the industry in terms of a high quality, high integrity organic portfolio. With more of our customer base growing, we are able to leverage volume to get the attention of some large end-use customers in both Canada and the US. It is certainly an exciting time to be in the organics game.

Looking to buy organic grain?

Stacey Gordon

Stacey Gordon

Food Products, Organic Sales

If you’re looking to buy organic grain, contact Stacey Gordon.

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