North Dakota Roving Grain Buyer or Facility Based Grain Buyer Surety Bonds
North Dakota state law requires that a Roving Grain Buyer or a Facility Based Grain Buyer be licensed and have a surety bond. The North Dakota Public Service Commission encourages farmers to only sell grain to buyers that are licensed and bonded.
Surety Bond and License Requirements:
- Applicants will need to complete the application and pay the license fee. In addition to the application, include a copy of the scale ticket that will be used, and if applicable, a copy of the credit-sale contract will need to be included. Applicants that are a partnership will need to include a copy of the agreement. Facility based grain buyers will also need to provide a copy of their Certificate of Insurance on Grain.
- A Facility-Based Grain Buyer will need to obtain a surety bond. The bond guarantees faithful performance of all duties. The bond amount ranges from $50,000 to $1,500,000 depending on the total annual grain purchase volume. A minimum $50,000 surety bond is required for the first year and there-after, the surety bond amount will be based on the volume of bushels purchased.
- A Roving Grain Buyer's Bond guarantees compliance with the provisions of law and the rules of the Commission applicable to the business of a roving grain buyer. The surety bond amount ranges from $50,000 to $2,000,000 depending on total annual grain purchase volume. A minimum $50,000 surety bond is required for the first year, and there-after, the surety bond amount will be based on the volume of bushels purchased.
How Much Will This Bond Cost?
The premium that you pay for a North Dakota Roving Grain Buyer or a Facility Based Grain Buyer Surety Bond will depend on credit and the bond amount needed. Bond amounts over $50,000 will require personal and/or business financial statements.
Related Links:North Dakota Grain Buyer InformationNorth Dakota Facility Based Grain Buyer License ApplicationNorth Dakota Roving Grain Buyer License Application
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