Don’t Miss Friday's Live ProPricing Webcast

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Friday, January 16, 2015
Live webcast begins at 7:30 am CST

Current ProPricing customers can join Cargill Merchandising Manager and Assistant Vice President, Randy Christy, along with Product Line Leader, Jeff Klock, for a live market update and analysis of the January 12th USDA Annual Production report. In this webcast you will hear:

  • How this report typically sets the tone for market activity throughout the winter months
  • How Cargill will capitalize on market opportunities with bushels you've enrolled in ProPricing
  • Performance update of ProPricing contracts currently trading

This exclusive market update is available solely for ProPricing customers. Due to the time sensitivity of the information shared, a recording of the webcast will not be available. The presentation is best viewed from a computer or mobile device, but you may join an audio only presentation as well.

Check your email for the registration link or contact your Cargill Farm Marketer.

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