There's no one correct answer to this question because every grower is unique. Your ProPricing allocation should be determined by your business needs and goals. As a point of reference, a good benchmark is 30-35%. Many farmers put 25%-30% of their production in a single crop year. The maximum allowed is 50%. To get started, you can find your ProPricing ProFactor, or speak with your Cargill Farm Marketer to gain even more tailored insight.
Grower Meetings are one of the best ways to get the inside track on ProPricing. Some of the field's brightest and most influential people will be on hand to share insight, provide ProPricing details, and answer your questions in person. Head over to our Grower Meetings page to find and register for the next one in your area.
While some webcasts will be available to the general public, many are designed for Cargill ProPricing customers only. If you're looking for a specific webcast, there are two places to look. Please visit the meetings page of this website for information on upcoming public webcasts. If the webcast is private (customer-only) please check your email for the registration link, which may have already been sent to you. If you didn't receive an email, or are unable to find it, please contact your Cargill Farm Marketer who can provide further assistance.