Indigo Marketplace™

Connect with a network of buyers to earn more for your grain

Indigo has built a more transparent and efficient supply chain by directly connecting buyers and growers.

  • Growers now have more options to receive bids from a wider pool of buyers
  • Indigo Marketplace preserves grain identity
  • Growers get paid for the quality of their grain (Indigo provides Grain Quality Testing)
  • Indigo coordinates transportation logistics
  • Growers are guaranteed payment by Indigo once grain is delivered

Indigo Marketplace provides growers with the ability to receive bids based on the quality of their grain from a network of buyers free of charge. Indigo guarantees payment to the grower. Indigo has purchased insurance and is a bonded and licensed grain dealer in every state in which we operate. Bids and fees are presented in a transparent manner.

Included in registration, growers who sign up for Indigo Marketplace will receive: access to a global buyer network, the ability to accept cash and basis contracts, guaranteed payments for executed transactions, reduced payment risk, market advisory services, and a dedicated Indigo Account Management and Customer Service team.

Talk to an Indigo Account Manager about our optional value-add services. For an additional cost, you can take advantage of Indigo Pricing Options such as Indigo Hedge or other options, or test the quality of your grain. We will also soon be launching additional value-add optional services including the ability to receive advanced payments at harvest and immediate payments at delivery.

 

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*Offer is subject to contract and Indigo’s terms and conditions.

Indigo Marketplace in 18 Months

Indigo Marketplace™ will continue to expand in support of growers and buyers across the globe.
Supply = Farms Demand = Buyer Locations
Supply = Farms Demand = Buyer Locations

Indigo Marketplace™
Supply & Demand

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Supply Volume

Bushels of Inventory
Value of Inventory $

Demand Volume

Bushels of Demand
Value of Bids Submitted $

Here's how it works

STEP 1: ENROLL

Enroll your crop inventory and begin receiving bids.

STEP 2: GRAIN SAMPLE

At harvest, provide samples of your stored grain for quality analysis.

STEP 3: BIDS

Indigo provides growers with bids for their grain. It is the grower’s choice to accept or reject the bids provided. Unless a grower accepts a bid, they are always free to sell their grain through traditional channels.

STEP 4: DELIVERY

Grower delivers grains directly to buyer, or Indigo can arrange for trucking.

STEP 5: PAYMENT

Grower receives payment directly from Indigo once the grain is delivered.

Hard Red Wheat

TAM 112
Early
Maturity
Good
Test Weight
Good
Yield Potential
Average
Overall Disease Resistance
Good
Protein
  • Texas & Oklahoma Panhandles
  • Western Kansas
  • Eastern Colorado
  • + Excellent drought tolerance
  • + Moderately resistant to wheat streak mosaic
  • + Very high tillering
  • - Below-average straw strength

* Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

Hard Red Wheat

TAM 114
Medium
Maturity
Very Good
Test Weight
Excellent
Yield Potential
Good
Overall Disease Resistance
Very Good
Protein
  • Texas High Plains
  • Western Kansas
  • Eastern Colorado
  • + Excellent milling and baking qualities
  • + Resistant to stripe and stem rust
  • + Moderately resistant to leaf rust
  • - Moderately susceptible to soilborne mosaic and WSMV

* Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

Hard Red Wheat

Byrd
Medium
Maturity
Average
Test Weight
Exceptional
Yield Potential
Somewhat susceptible
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein
  • High Plains
  • + Excellent milling and baking quality
  • + Excellent drought tolerance
  • + Very high tillering
  • - Susceptible to stem rust and stripe rust

* Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

Hard Red Wheat

Gallagher
Medium
Maturity
Average
Test Weight
Excellent
Yield Potential
Good
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein
  • Oklahoma
  • Southern Kansas
  • + Good drought tolerance
  • + Good leaf health
  • + More resistant than most to barley yellow dwarf
  • - Prone to physiological leaf spotting

* Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

Hard Red Wheat

Avery
Medium-Late
Maturity
Average
Test Weight
Very Good
Yield Potential
Somewhat susceptible
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein
  • High Plains
  • + Exceptional milling and baking qualities
  • + Excellent winterhardiness
  • + Resistant to wheat curl mite and Greenbug biotype E
  • - Susceptible to stripe and stem rust

* Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

Hard Red Wheat

Doublestop CL Plus
Medium-Late
Maturity
Very Good
Test Weight
Excellent
Yield Potential
Good
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein
  • High Plains
  • + Tolerant to acidic soils
  • + Very good yield potential and test weights
  • + Long coleoptile
  • - Can be late maturing

* Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

Hard Red Wheat

SY Monument
Medium-Late
Maturity
Good
Test Weight
Excellent
Yield Potential
Very Good
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein
  • Central and western Kansas
  • Oklahoma
  • Nebraska
  • the Texas Panhandle
  • + Very adaptable and high yielding across multiple environments
  • + Very high tillering
  • + Excellent overall leaf disease package
  • - Average straw strength

* Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

Hard Red Wheat

Bob Dole
Medium
Maturity
Very Good
Test Weight
Very Good
Yield Potential
Very Good
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein
  • Central Corridor
  • + Excellent milling and baking qualities
  • + Good disease package (leaf rust, stripe rust, and scab)
  • + Good drought tolerance
  • - Lower tillering

* Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

Hard Red Wheat

LCS Mint
Medium
Maturity
Very Good
Test Weight
Excellent
Yield Potential
Good
Overall Disease Resistance
Good
Protein
  • Hight Plains
  • + Very good soil acidity tolerance
  • + Excellent drought tolerance
  • + Excellent milling and baking qualities
  • - Susceptible to leaf rust

* Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

Hard Red Wheat

Langin
Early
Maturity
Good
Test Weight
Exceptional
Yield Potential
Average
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein

High Plains

  • + Resistant to wheat curl mite
  • + Strong stripe rust resistance
  • + Solid milling and baking qualities
  • - Somewhat vulnerable to Hessian fly and leaf rust

* Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

Hard Red Wheat

Smith’s Gold
Medium
Maturity
Good
Test Weight
Exceptional
Yield Potential
Very Good
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein

Central Plains

  • + Excellent resistance to Hessian fly, green bug, and stripe rust
  • + Well equipped to handle nitrogen-imbalanced environments
  • + Stellar milling and baking readiness
  • - Somewhat inclined to physiological leaf spotting
  • - Pre-harvest sprouting tendency if harvest is substantially delayed

* Seed variety for purchase from authorized dealers

Planning on growing HRWW?

Soft Red Wheat

Indigo® 134B
Medium
Maturity
Very Good
Test Weight
Very Good
Straw Strength
Exceptional
Yield Potential
Good
Overall Disease Resistance
  • Southern Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Ohio
  • Kentucky
  • + Highest top-end yield potential
  • + Mennel-preferred variety
  • - Susceptible to stripe rust

Soft Red Wheat

Indigo® 124C
Medium
Maturity
Very Good
Test Weight
Very Good
Straw Strength
Very Good
Yield Potential
Very Good
Overall Disease Resistance
  • Indiana
  • Ohio
  • Illinois
  • Kentucky
  • Southeastern Missouri
  • + Lead product for growers who prefer smooth head
  • + Consistent performance across a large geography

Soft Red Wheat

Indigo® 113B
Early - Medium
Maturity
Very Good
Test Weight
Very Good
Straw Strength
Very Good
Yield Potential
Very Good
Overall Disease Resistance
  • Missouri
  • Southern Illinois
  • Southern Indiana
  • Kentucky
  • + Strong disease package
  • + Handles wet feet very well

Soft Red Wheat

Indigo® 114B
Medium
Maturity
Very Good
Test Weight
Very Good
Straw Strength
Excellent
Yield Potential
Very Good
Overall Disease Resistance
  • Missouri (leading variety)
  • Southwestern Illinois
  • + Very good standability
  • + Strong milling and baking qualities
  • - Can be vulnerable to powdery mildew

Soft Red Wheat

Indigo® 294A
Medium
Maturity
Good
Test Weight
Very Good
Straw Strength
Very Good
Yield Potential
Good
Overall Disease Resistance
  • Ohio
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Kentucky
  • Missouri
  • + Excellent winterhardiness
  • + Consistent performance across growing regions

Soft Red Wheat

Indigo® 284A
Early - Medium
Maturity
Excellent
Test Weight
Very Good
Straw Strength
Very Good
Yield Potential
Good /Very Good
Overall Disease Resistance
  • Ohio
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Missouri
  • + Strong test weight
  • + Consistent performance across growing regions

Soft Red Wheat

Indigo® 273A
Early - Medium
Maturity
Excellent
Test Weight
Very Good
Straw Strength
Very Good
Yield Potential
Good
Overall Disease Resistance
  • Ohio
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Missouri
  • + Very good test weight
  • + Consistent performance across growing regions
Planning on growing HRWW?

Cotton

TAM 112
Early
Maturity
Good
Test Weight
Good
Yield Potential
Average
Overall Disease Resistance
Good
Protein
  • Texas & Oklahoma Panhandles
  • Western Kansas
  • Eastern Colorado
  • + Excellent drought tolerance
  • + Moderately resistant to wheat streak mosaic
  • + Very high tillering
  • - Below-average straw strength

Cotton

TAM 114
Medium
Maturity
Very Good
Test Weight
Excellent
Yield Potential
Good
Overall Disease Resistance
Very Good
Protein
  • Texas High Plains
  • Western Kansas
  • Eastern Colorado
  • + Excellent milling and baking qualities
  • + Resistant to stripe and stem rust
  • + Moderately resistant to leaf rust
  • - Moderately susceptible to soilborne mosaic and WSMV

Cotton

Byrd
Medium
Maturity
Average
Test Weight
Exceptional
Yield Potential
Somewhat susceptible
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein
  • High Plains
  • + Excellent milling and baking quality
  • + Excellent drought tolerance
  • + Very high tillering
  • - Susceptible to stem rust and stripe rust

Cotton

Gallagher
Medium
Maturity
Average
Test Weight
Excellent
Yield Potential
Good
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein
  • Oklahoma
  • Southern Kansas
  • + Good drought tolerance
  • + Good leaf health
  • + More resistant than most to barley yellow dwarf
  • - Prone to physiological leaf spotting

Cotton

Avery
Medium-Late
Maturity
Average
Test Weight
Very Good
Yield Potential
Somewhat susceptible
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein
  • High Plains
  • + Exceptional milling and baking qualities
  • + Excellent winterhardiness
  • + Resistant to wheat curl mite and Greenbug biotype E
  • - Susceptible to stripe and stem rust

Cotton

Doublestop CL Plus
Medium-Late
Maturity
Very Good
Test Weight
Excellent
Yield Potential
Good
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein
  • High Plains
  • + Tolerant to acidic soils
  • + Very good yield potential and test weights
  • + Long coleoptile
  • - Can be late maturing

Cotton

SY Monument
Medium-Late
Maturity
Good
Test Weight
Excellent
Yield Potential
Very Good
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein
  • Central and western Kansas
  • Oklahoma
  • Nebraska
  • the Texas Panhandle
  • + Very adaptable and high yielding across multiple environments
  • + Very high tillering
  • + Excellent overall leaf disease package
  • - Average straw strength

Cotton

Bob Dole
Medium
Maturity
Very Good
Test Weight
Very Good
Yield Potential
Very Good
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein
  • Central Corridor
  • + Excellent milling and baking qualities
  • + Good disease package (leaf rust, stripe rust, and scab)
  • + Good drought tolerance
  • - Lower tillering

Cotton

LCS Mint
Medium
Maturity
Very Good
Test Weight
Excellent
Yield Potential
Good
Overall Disease Resistance
Good
Protein
  • Hight Plains
  • + Very good soil acidity tolerance
  • + Excellent drought tolerance
  • + Excellent milling and baking qualities
  • - Susceptible to leaf rust

Cotton

Langin
Early
Maturity
Good
Test Weight
Exceptional
Yield Potential
Average
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein

High Plains

  • + Resistant to wheat curl mite
  • + Strong stripe rust resistance
  • + Solid milling and baking qualities
  • - Somewhat vulnerable to Hessian fly and leaf rust

Cotton

Smith’s Gold
Medium
Maturity
Good
Test Weight
Exceptional
Yield Potential
Very Good
Overall Disease Resistance
Average
Protein

Central Plains

  • + Excellent resistance to Hessian fly, green bug, and stripe rust
  • + Well equipped to handle nitrogen-imbalanced environments
  • + Stellar milling and baking readiness
  • - Somewhat inclined to physiological leaf spotting
  • - Pre-harvest sprouting tendency if harvest is substantially delayed
Planning on growing HRWW?

Corn

Indigo provides a range of high performance hybrids with excellent agronomic profiles, including strong:

  • Stress Emergence
  • Vigor
  • Disease Resistance
  • Stalk and Root Strength Strength
  • Drought Tolerance

Soy

The high-yielding varieties we offer deliver on quality and hold up to stress, showing stellar:

  • Stress Emergence
  • Vigor
  • Canopy Closure
  • Disease Resistance
  • Drought Tolerance
  • Standability
  • Dry Down
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Rice Varieties

CL153
Clearfield
Exceptional
Grain Quality
Moderately Resistant
Lodging
Moderately Susceptible
Overall Disease Resistance
42 inches
Plant Height
81 Days
Days to 50% Heading
Geography
  • Texas to Missouri
Agronomy
  • + Significant grain length, seedling vigor, and yield potential
  • + Strong milling quality
  • + Broad-spectrum blast resistance
  • – Somewhat susceptible to sheath blight, kernel smut, false smut

Rice Varieties

CL111
Clearfield
Excellent
Grain Quality
Moderately Susceptible
Lodging
Susceptible
Overall Disease Resistance
39 inches
Plant Height
77 Days
Days to 50% Heading
Geography
  • South Louisiana and beyond
Agronomy
  • + High yield potential
  • + Exceptional ratoon performance
  • + Very early maturity
  • – Susceptible to sheath blight and bacterial panicle blight

Rice Varieties

PVL01
Exceptional
Grain Quality
N/A
Lodging
Susceptible
Overall Disease Resistance
35 inches
Plant Height
89 Days
Days to 50% Heading
Geography
  • Mid-South
Agronomy
  • + Resistant to Provisia herbicide
  • + Remedy for fields populated with Newpath-resistant red rice and weedy rice
  • + Superior grain length, seedling vigor, tillering, and milling quality
  • – Susceptible to bacterial panicle blight, blast, false smut

Rice Varieties

Presidio
Excellent
Grain Quality
Moderately Resistant
Lodging
Moderately Susceptible
Overall Disease Resistance
38 inches
Plant Height
81 Days
Days to 50% Heading
Geography
  • Texas
Agronomy
  • + Excellent ratoon potential
  • + Good yield potential
  • + Good seedling vigor
  • – Susceptible to sheath blight and panicle blight

Rice Varieties

Mermentau
Excellent
Grain Quality
Moderately Resistant
Lodging
Susceptible
Overall Disease Resistance
35 inches
Plant Height
85 Days
Days to 50% Heading
Geography
  • Louisiana
Agronomy
  • + Significant straw strength
  • + High ratoon potential
  • + Good seedling vigor
  • – Susceptible to sheath blight and bacterial panicle blight

Rice Varieties

Cheniere
Exceptional
Grain Quality
Moderately Resistant
Lodging
Moderately Susceptible
Overall Disease Resistance
38 inches
Plant Height
89 Days
Days to 50% Heading
Geography
  • Louisiana
Agronomy
  • + Excellent yield potential
  • + Good resistance to blast
  • + Favored by mills
  • – Susceptible to sheath blight and cercospora

Rice Varieties

Diamond
Very Good
Grain Quality
Moderately Susceptible
Lodging
Moderately Susceptible
Overall Disease Resistance
41 inches
Plant Height
78 Days
Days to 50% Heading
Geography
  • Arkansas
Agronomy
  • + High yield potential
  • + Good seedling vigor and straw strength
  • + Substantial ratoon crop
  • – Susceptible to false smut
Planning on growing HRWW?

Indigo Marketplace explained

Watch this video to better understand Indigo Marketplace and how you earn more for your grain.

Watch recorded webinar

See a 30-minute overview of Indigo Marketplace.

I signed up for Indigo Marketplace because I wanted a new place to market my grain. It is easy to use, because I get texts when I receive a bid — I like this digital aspect. I feel like I’m getting a better price for my grain on Marketplace.

Galen Jantz

Kansas

I believe that Indigo Marketplace represents the future of grain trading. The current system is inefficient and doesn’t leverage technologies that are widely used across other industries. The tools for building a truly digital system are available — change is long overdue. Indigo has the resources to lead this change and is creating a future where growers can earn more and buyers can bring high quality, IP grain to end-users.

Mark Bryant

Indigo Research Partner, Ohio

Marketplace allows me more options to market my grain. The ultimate goal is to get the best price, and Marketplace cuts out the middleman and gets my grain directly to a buyer who is seeking a premium, identity-preserved crop… It’s been very simple so far; I signed up and someone reached out to me within 24 hours about a great bid. The wheat bid that I accepted was $0.60 over the local price.

Keven Hiebert

Kansas

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