A few grain companies will raise storage rates the next few days for farmers who still have unsold old-crop supplies sitting in commercial elevators.
The increase in some instances will be about 18 cents a bushel to store grain until January, with purpose being to make space for harvested supplies that will be arriving in a few weeks. While the rate increase may prompt some selling, farmers have known for about the higher rates for a month and either sold then or decided to pay the
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