Pricing Plans – GrainCents

Only pay for the crops that matter to your operation.

With GrainCents, understanding all the factors impacting grain prices is easy.

Annual GrainCents Subscription Cost

Get actionable sales plans for your cash grain. Most grain markets newsletters provide too much information that isn’t tailored to your operation.

On GrainCents, you only pay for the crops that matter to your operation. You also get advice on when to sell your grain and when to hold.

Your purchase will earn you a year’s worth of insights from our grain markets experts. If you’re curious, you can check out our track record that we’ve timestamped the last 2 years.

We are confident that the cost of GrainCents will pay for itself, but we do offer a 21-day noncommittal period. Within this period, your credit card will not be charged.

Start making sense of the grain markets as it relates to your operation. Click here to start!


GrainCents Combo Packages

Crop Prices
All 9 crops $2,499
All Cereals
(2 Wheats, Barley,  & Oats)
Canola & Flax $650
All Pulses
(Peas, Chickpeas, Lentils)
Canola & Spring Wheat $699
Durum & Lentils $649


Crop-by-Crop Options

Crop Prices
Spring Wheat $349
Durum Wheat $349
Canola $399
Barley $299
Oats $249
Chickpeas $249
Lentils $349
Peas $349
Flax $299

GrainCents Is A Crop-Specific Grain Markets Newsletter

If you’ve read some of our other FarmLead Insights pieces, you’ll know that we do things a bit differently.

That’s why, at GrainCents, you only pay for the crops that you want to know about.

Why should you care about the durum wheat market when you only care about spring wheat and canola?

If you’re not planting soybeans or winter wheat this year, then why should continue to read way too much about it?

Tailor your GrainCents grain markets newsletter to your needs.


COMMODITY TRADING INVOLVES RISK AND MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL RECIPIENTS. Neither the information presented, nor any opinions expressed, constitutes a solicitation for the purchase or sale of any commodities. The thoughts expressed in this email and basic data from which they are derived are believed to be reliable, but cannot be guaranteed due to uncertainty about future events and complexities surrounding commodity markets. Those acting on the information are responsible for their own actions.