Commodity Risk Management Group (CRMG) provides consulting and brokerage services to producers, handlers, and end-users of agricultural commodities as well as diversification tools to individual investors. CRMG is registered with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and is a member of the National Futures Association. For decades,our team has championed the effort of assisting our clients to capture opportunity while minimizing risk.
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Supported by the strong reputation of Straits Financial, CRMG provides Futures, Options, and Spot Market Trading with the friendliness and agility of a growing company and service that is second to none.
As a client in the RPM program, you will work with one of our trained Cash Advisors in developing a cash grain marketing plan.
Dairy and livestock markets continue to make violent movements in their effort to balance world dynamics and domestic fundamentals.
The Cornerstone Marketing Plan provides a Simple, Cost Defined, Plan which provides: Price Control, Peace of Mind, & Cash Flexibility.
In today's world of volatility and uncertainty, business owners on and off the farm are increasingly aware of the risks they face.
Commodity Risk Management Group values an informed client. We strive to keep you up to date on what’s happening and what’s important.
Among our staff are professional public speakers who are nationally recognized for bringing market education and information to groups throughout the country.
Commodity Risk Management Group constantly seeks to help our clients identify and capitalize on opportunities while minimizing risks.
There is a great risk that producers accept when taking on the challenge of feeding a hungry world. Most recognize that there are tools available to manage that risk, but are ill-informed or lack the education as to what all of these tools do, how they work, and how they can work for them.
CRMG has developed a video series to help bridge that gap. If you are seeking further information than what is provided here, please Contact Us and one of our experienced staff will follow up on your request.More Videos
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Harvest FrustrationsPublished on Monday, November 4, 2019
It's not breaking news that the 2019 corn and soybean crop is behind schedule and wetter than usual. Farmers are often finding their daily harvest capacity limited by their dryers. Commercials are in a similar position, drying around the clock and still unable to keep up. In a typical year very few beans are sent through a drying system whereas, this year that is not the cas...Learn More View All Market Moment Articles