Thanks for your responses.  We are able to continue to offer these programs.  Call Joe for more information.


Disciplined MarketerTM Criterion

The Criterion uses signals back tested over 25+ years of futures and options data to systematically take advantage of volatility in the market when markets are sideways or grinding slowly up or down. While Criterion will average into a hedge over time, it will tend to hedge (sell) more as markets go up and hedge less as markets come back down.

  • Diversify your marketing plan by leveraging back-tested data and years of commodity and derivatives trading experience.
  • Producers need to commit a fixed amount of bushels by specified dates to enter the program.  100% of bushels committed will be priced as of the program end date (9/28/2018).


    Program                                                       Corn     Beans       Dates  

    Disciplined MarketerTM Criterion                  4c        6c           2/15/2018 – 9/28/2018 


Call 1-800-878-4093

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The risk of loss in trading commodity futures contracts can be substantial.

You should, therefore, carefully consider whether such trading is suitable for you in light of your circumstances and financial resources.

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Edon Grain Terminal & Main Office
205 S. Michigan
P.O. Box 308
Edon, OH  43518
Edon Agronomy Plant 2
10-226 Co Rd 5
Edon, OH 43518

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