West Central Ag is your partner in farming. Local, innovative, and customer-driven, we are committed to providing our patrons with the right services, and continuing to create financial strength and growth for every grower in our cooperative.

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3.19 -0.59
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Dec '19 Dec '19 3.6850 3.5825 3.6875 3.5825 0.1075
Mar '20 Mar '20 3.7775 3.7150 3.8025 3.7125 0.0650
May '20 May '20 3.8450 3.7825 3.8700 3.7825 0.0650
Jul '20 Jul '20 3.9050 3.8425 3.9250 3.8400 0.0675
Sep '20 Sep '20 3.9075 3.8500 3.9275 3.8500 0.0600
Dec '20 Dec '20 3.9400 3.8800 3.9625 3.8800 0.0600
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At West Central Ag Services, we offer competitive prices to our farmers by maintaining relationships with multiple buyers and keeping on top of trends in the soybean, corn and wheat markets. We’re capable of taking in 65 million bushels every season.


We have nine agronomy centers located throughout  northwestern Minnesota – four of which have large fertilizer plants to meet the needs of our customers. We also provide the services that apply to all the products we carry, from custom application and site-specific variable rate treatments, to crop scouting, soil sampling, delivery, seed treatments and inoculating. 


Latest News

    All Your Finance Questions, Answered.
    All Your Finance Questions, Answered.
    Dec 05, 2019 |
    We sat down with West Central Ag Services finance director, Tracy Gratton and compiled a list of frequently asked questions regarding WCAS finance options.
    4 Strategies for Storing Grain
    4 Strategies for Storing Grain
    Oct 09, 2019 |
    As harvest approaches, it’s important to review basic grain storage strategies to maintain the quality of stored grain. Here, we outline four strategies to help maintain post-harvest quality, help protect stored grains from insects, and what to look for...
    Randy's Recap- October 4th
    Randy's Recap- October 4th
    Oct 04, 2019 |
    Corn and soybeans found some good news from the Quarterly Stocks report on September 30th and gave the markets a good boost for the week.  The following is the data from the report:
    Make This Adjustment to Help Reduce Dicamba Drift Potential in 2020
    Make This Adjustment to Help Reduce Dicamba Drift Potential in 2020
    Dec 09, 2019 | Answer Plot
    Exciting new research from WinField United reinforces and broadens findings from earlier this year regarding the control of fine particle drift.What we foundFirst, WinField United researchers recently discovered that even if a drift reduction adjuvant (DRA) is included in the...
    Behind on Fall Fieldwork? Build a Contingency Plan Now
    Behind on Fall Fieldwork? Build a Contingency Plan Now
    Dec 09, 2019 | Answer Plot
    Early snowfall, cold temperatures and a delayed harvest may mean that some of your fall fieldwork will be put off until spring. While that’s not an ideal scenario, there are steps you can take to make the most of your time before planting begins. I’ll address a few...
    3 Steps to a Successful Fall Burndown Application
    3 Steps to a Successful Fall Burndown Application
    Dec 05, 2019 | Answer Plot
    If conditions in your area allow you to make a fall burndown application, it can make the spring a little easier from a weed management perspective. Here are some tips to get the most from your fall burndown application.Identify the weeds in your fieldsThis seems like a no...

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For over the past 10 years, West Central Ag Services has been offering insurance services to its customers, creating a one-stop-shop for our growers. 

We offer:

  • Multi-Peril Crop Insurance
  • Crop Hail
  • Farm Property & Liability
  • Business Auto


Making informed and timely decisions is critical, and that is what West Central Ag Services’ finance department is here to help you do. We have teamed up with other Finance Institutions to offer a full range of finance products to fit your operation, from input only loans to full operating loans. We are here to help you be proactive and take full advantage of all the financing opportunities that come your way.


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