ROGGEN GRAIN

Overview

Roggen Farmers’ Elevator Association has long been a trusted partner when it comes to helping local farmers sell their grain in Northeastern Colorado. Our Grain Division has developed a loyal customer base by helping producers navigate the volatile grain market and keep on top of daily trends so they can take advantage of opportunities whenever they present themselves.

With all of the uncertainty in the grain market, it’s important to have a solid marketing plan in place to maximize your profitability. That’s why we also help you sort through your production costs and take a layered approach to market opportunities by offering an array of services and providing a number of contracting options.

We operate four different grain locations in the area and also have put-through agreements with partnering elevators, giving us a total licensed capacity of more than 5 million bushels to ensure that we can meet your storage needs. We are also 50/50 partners with Ardent Mills in the ownership of Commerce City Grain facilities, which have a capacity of 5.3 million bushels that our customers can utilize.

Grain Purchasing Hours & Transportation

We pride ourselves on delivering strong execution at Roggen Farmers’ Elevator. Grain purchasing hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at most of our grain locations, unless markets are closed. (Hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Watkins.) We also take sell orders so we can work your offers during overnight trade.

The safety of our customers and employees is always an important focus at Roggen Farmers’ Elevator Association. We work hard to make sure each of our grain facilities is compliant with all OSHA rules and regulations to provide a safe environment for everyone who visits.

If you store grain on-farm, we have a network of industry connections to help you get the most for your grain, and we can pick it up and deliver it to one of our elevators. Call one of our grain merchandisers for bids picked up on farm.

Contracting Options

At Roggen Farmers’ Elevator Association, we have relationships with different financial service organizations that give us access to a variety of over-the-counter market intelligence tools. These tools can help customers manage their risk and get the most they can for their grain. The following grain contract options are the ones we use most often; click on each option for details. We also offer a number of additional contract types not listed here if they make sense for the grower, so please contact us to inquire about other options.

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+ Delay Pricing Contract
+ Forward Contracts
+ Basis Contract
+ Futures Only Contract
+ Firm Bid Offer Contract
+ Deferred Payment Contract



We also offer Minimum/Maximum, Collars, Producer Accumulator and Merchants Plus contracts. Please call Scott Martin at 970-590-3101 for more information about these options and other risk management products.We also offer Minimum/Maximum, Collars, Producer Accumulator and Merchants Plus contracts. Please call Scott Martin at 970-590-3101 for more information about these options and other risk management products.

2019 Roggen Farmers’ Elevator Association Bin Capacity

Location

Capacity (bushels)

Roggen 

2,824,000 

Bennett

914,000

*Briggsdale

142,000

*Nunn

144,000

Pierce

387,000

Watkins

337,000

*Wildcat

847,000

*Nunn and Wildcat are put-through locations, not Roggen-owned.

Additional Capacity

Location

Capacity (bushels)

**Commerce City #1 

3,200,000

**Commerce City #2

2,100,000

**Roggen Farmers’ Elevator Association owns a 50 percent stake of Commerce City Grain; the other 50 percent is owned by Arden Mills.

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