Family Owned & Operated

Hi Everyone,
please be aware that the bridge on Oliver Side Road has been now turned into a 5 ton bridge only! Please do not come across it with your tractor and wagons! I'm told this is a temporary set back until a new bridge is installed next year.

Thank you,
Hart Acre Grains and Staff

                                             TUESDAY 8AM TO 5PM 

                                             WEDNESDAY 8AM TO 5PM
                                             THURSDAY 8AM TO 5PM 
                                             FRIDAY 8AM TO 5PM 
                                            SATURDAY 8 to 5PM 


please call Herb for holiday or after hours unload


@C - CORN - CBOT Last Chg
Jul 21 642'6 -12'4
Sep 21 563'0 -14'4
Dec 21 551'0 -15'2
Mar 22 558'0 -15'2
May 22 562'4 -15'0
Jul 22 564'0 -14'2
Jul 21 1382'6 -13'2
Aug 21 1339'0 -16'0
Sep 21 1299'4 -17'6
Nov 21 1292'4 -20'4
Jan 22 1296'4 -20'2
Mar 22 1282'2 -19'6
@W - WHEAT - CBOT Last Chg
Jul 21 653'4 -9'2
Sep 21 656'2 -9'4
Dec 21 661'4 -9'6
Mar 22 666'2 -11'0
May 22 667'2 -10'6
Jul 22 660'6 -9'0
Jul 21 0.801000 -0.003800
Aug 21 0.802550
Sep 21 0.802000 -0.002800

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Hart Acres Farms originated as a dairy farm owned and operated by Herb's Grandparents Manley and Myrtle who in turn were succeeded by Vern and Barbara and today is run by Herb and Lisa Hart and Family as cash crop- grain market farm "Hart Acre Grains" and remains a Family owned Operation. Hart Acres farms is committed to a marketing strategy that ensures profitability, and discipline while maintaining a degree of flexibility in response to market conditions and selling opportunities. The principles guiding this strategy are driven by the need to understand current market conditions both domestic and worldwide; the factors impacting demand; the factors impacting price; price histories; crop disappearance; and perhaps most importantly, detailed cost of production. Our Vision - Hart Acre Grains has a great working relationship with Greenfield Ethanol, Grain Farmers of Ontario and many more. We Pride Ourselves in providing Quality Product and Service and align Ourselves with clients and partners with equal Values.“ You’ll never go broke, if you lock in a profit.” This of course means that you will not always get the top price for your crops. However, it does mean that you have a foundation from which you can plan with a higher degree of certainty. Give Hart Acre Grains a call today to get started with your personalized business plan. 1-613-354-8009 or 1-613-561-4220

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Hart Acre Grains offers a wide selection of services. Our knowledgeable Farm Services staff help you through careful crop planning from start to finish, all year long. We offer everything from planning & harvesting to all your trucking needs including pick up and delivery. Contact Hart Acre Grains today to get started on your customized farming plan. Call 1-613-354-8009 or 1-613-561-4220

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Name Exchg Last Chg Time
CORN (@C1N) CBOT 642'6 -12'4 3:02A
CORN (@C1U) CBOT 563'0 -14'4 3:02A
CORN (@C1Z) CBOT 551'0 -15'2 3:02A
CORN (@C2H) CBOT 558'0 -15'2 3:02A
CORN (@C2K) CBOT 562'4 -15'0 3:02A
CORN (@C2N) CBOT 564'0 -14'2 3:01A
SOYBEANS (@S1N) CBOT 1382'6 -13'2 3:02A
SOYBEANS (@S1Q) CBOT 1339'0 -16'0 2:55A
SOYBEANS (@S1U) CBOT 1299'4 -17'6 3:02A
SOYBEANS (@S1X) CBOT 1292'4 -20'4 3:02A
SOYBEANS (@S2F) CBOT 1296'4 -20'2 2:55A
SOYBEANS (@S2H) CBOT 1282'2 -19'6 2:55A
WHEAT (@W1N) CBOT 653'4 -9'2 3:02A
WHEAT (@W1U) CBOT 656'2 -9'4 3:02A
WHEAT (@W1Z) CBOT 661'4 -9'6 3:00A
WHEAT (@W2H) CBOT 666'2 -11'0 2:54A
WHEAT (@W2K) CBOT 667'2 -10'6 1:59A
WHEAT (@W2N) CBOT 660'6 -9'0 1:41A
CANADIAN DOLLAR (@CD1N) CME 0.801000 -0.003800 2:23A
CANADIAN DOLLAR (@CD1U) CME 0.802100 -0.002700 3:02A

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