Canola futures held onto small gains in most months on Tuesday, as strength in the U.S. soy complex and a relatively favourable Statistics Canada production report provided support.
Corn and soybean futures continued to rise on Tuesday, posting just modest advances after double digit gains the day before.
This year's Canadian wheat crop may be up considerably from last year, but the quality of that crop remains the biggest uncertainty.
Nationwide soybean output will set an eighth consecutive record high this year, while corn production is seen just slightly lower from a year earlier.
Statistics Canada has left its 2016 Canadian lentil and dry pea production estimates little changed from way back in the summer.
The 2016 Canadian oat and barley crops both ended up being a bit larger than originally expected.
According to a Statistics Canada crop production report released Tuesday, nationwide all wheat output for 2016 amounted to 31.72 million tonnes, a 15% increase from a year earlier and just the second time in the last five years the crop has exceeded 30 million tonnes - the only other time being the record 37.5-million tonne crop in 2013.
The late harvest notwithstanding, Canadian canola production looks like it will be little changed from a year earlier.
Canola futures ended lower on Monday, despite a rally in Chicago Board of Trade soybeans, as traders positioned themselves ahead of Tuesday's Statistics Canada production report.
Corn and soybean futures both soared to double digit gains on Monday, with corn up on strong export demand and soybeans higher on strength in meal.