Canadian mustard planted area is set to fall this year, and it may have a difficult time trying to claw its way back.
Canola futures ended mixed on Thursday, as farmer selling weighed on the front months and weather concerns gave the new-crop contracts a boost.
Corn and soybean futures settled higher on Thursday, moving higher in response to a White House statement that it only wants to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, not withdraw from it.
ICE canola futures were stronger on Wednesday, as concerns over poor Canadian weather provided support.
Corn futures ended lower on Wednesday as worries about trade trumped earlier weather concerns.
The amount of land left to summerfallow in Western Canada could hit a new record low in 2017, according to the latest Statistics Canada data, as the practice becomes more and more out of favour.
Canola futures were mixed on Tuesday, with losses in the front months and gains in the new-crop contracts.
Corn and wheat futures both posted solid gains on Tuesday, while soybeans ended lower.
Canadian farmers expect to plant more canola, soybeans and oats in 2017, but fewer acres of durum wheat and lentils, crops that were both at high levels in 2016. Check out all the details at the link below.
U.S. spring wheat planting remains bogged by slow progress in the main production state of North Dakota.