|*These storage policies apply to all grains*
Effective July 1, 2023
Upon delivery of grain, growers have a 7 day grace period after which storage fees will begin accumulating.
- Grain can remain in storage until June 30th of the following year. For example, 2023 crop year corn can remain in storage until June 30th, 2024 at which point it must be sold to Ganaraska Grain or shipped back out by the producer.
- On storage fee start dates, all stored grain is subject to a $4/T elevation in handling fee.
- Wheat storage fees will accumulate at a rate of $0.135 per T/day.
- Soybean and corn storage fees will accumulate at a rate of $0.115 per T/day.
- Any stored grain that is shipped from the elevator by the producer without being sold to Ganaraska Grain will be subject to an elevation out handling fee of $6/T, plus applicable daily storage fees.
- This fee does not apply to stored grain that is sold by the producer to Ganaraska Grain.
- It is the producer's responsibility to sell their grain, if they choose, as it arrives at the elevator.
- If the commodity is not already contracted or the producer does not provide specific instructions to sell upon arrival, Ganaraska Grain will to put the grain into storage.