Regular Hours:


Monday  - Friday

8:00 am - 5:00 pm 



Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP)

Non-specialty crops receive payments on the lesser of:

     Inventory on hand as of January 15

     or half of a farmer’s 2019 production


Calculations per Bushel are below:

     Corn          67 ₵ / 2 = 33.5 ₵

     Soybeans   95 ₵ / 2 = 47.5 

Payments are 80% on approval and the remaining portion will be paid at a later date as funds remain available. 

For More details go to the CFAP page 

Be sure to contact the FSA office to sign up.

Please call for a record of your inventory at Shideler Grain.





The Department of Homeland Securitythe state of Indiana and Delaware County recognize Agriculture as a Critical Industry.  Therefore, we will remain open to receive and ship grain.

However, we are immediately imposing new interaction requirements for when you are at our facility.

These requirements can be viewed here.

Please call us before you come to Shideler Grain and we can review these requirements with you.

See "COVID-19 INFORMATION" at the top of this page for additional info about COVID-19.

Thank you and BE SAFE.

Free DP

FREE DP on new deliveries of CORN

(Must be priced by Oct 30, 2020)

Contact Us

Call us at (765) 282-6226 or send us an email to  info@shidelergrain.com

Rainfall at Shideler

Measurement is taken at 8:00am on the date indicated

4-1-2020 0.05"
4-8-2020 0.20"
4-17-2020 0.05"
4-18-2020 0.20"
4-24-2020 0.20"
4-25-2020 0.25"
4-28-2020 0.05"
4-30-2020 0.40"
5-4-2020 0.40"
5-8-2020 0.05"
5-11-2020 0.05"
5-15-2020 0.20"
5-16-2020 0.40"
5-18-2020 0.60"
5-19-2020 0.60"
5-20-2020 0.20"
5-28-2020 0.05"
5-29-2020 0.80"
5-30-2020 0.20"
6-4-2020 0.50"
6-13-2020 0.10"
6-22-2020 0.20"
6-23-2020 1.00"
6-28-2020 0.50"
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Corn Lower on Monday -

Corn followed Friday’s drops by adding 6 1/2 to 8 1/2 cents more to the downside today. Traders responded to the weather forecasts showing more

Cattle Mixed after Monday Trades -

Live cattle futures closed mixed. The first three fat cattle futures were down 2 to 37 cents, but the first ’21 expiry contracts gained 10 to 17

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn followed Friday’s drops by adding 6 1/2 to 8 1/2 cents more to the downside today. Traders responded to the weather forecasts showing more

Beans Close Down Double Digits -

At Monday’s closing bell, the front month soybeans showed loses of 12 to 15 1/2 cents. Despite the large drops, the new crop soy/corn ratio is at

Hogs Gain on Monday -

Lean hog futures traded a dime to $1.40 higher on Monday. July hogs closed at $46.67 ahead of Wednesday’s expiration. The weekly Fresh Bacon Index

Cotton Lower at Close -

Monday trading pushed cotton futures 51 to 96 points lower. In the weekly Crop Progress report from NASS, 63% of cotton was squaring and 18% was

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