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Kernel shrinkage & test weight trouble, full elevators, & iced over soybeans

DEC 13

On this episode of Wheat Pete’s Word, Peter Johnson unpacks the head-scratcher that is test weight and corn drying this year, plus how long wheat can live under ice, and why ice-covered beans are a a no-go.

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StatCan lowers production numbers of ON’s major crops

DEC 12

Ontario farmers saw most of their crop production reduced in Statistics Canada’s latest crop report that was released on Dec. 6. Surveys for the report were carried out from Oct. 9 to Nov. 17 and are the final production n...

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Syngenta Canada to focus on soybeans & a rebuild in corn as it moves away from cereal breeding

DEC 12

Syngenta Canada is going where the growth is. That growth potential is solidly in soybeans and corn, says the company’s head of seeds, and Syngenta’s research and product selection will reflect a rebuilding of market share...

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ICE Close: Soyoil Strength Lifts Canola

DEC 12

Canola futures finished stronger on Thursday, boosted by spillover support from the large gains in Chicago soyoil.

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Chicago Close: Futures Up on Export Strength

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Feedgrain Prices Ease as Feedlot Demand Declines

DEC 12

Western Canadian feedgrain prices have eased as feedlot demand has fallen back.

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ICE Close: Loonie, Chicago Soy Drive Down Canola

DEC 11

A stronger Canadian dollar and losses in the Chicago soy complex sent canola futures to losses on Wednesday.

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Chicago Close: Soys Closer Lower to Snap Six-Session Winning Streak

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Mustard Prices Expected Firm

DEC 11

Confirmation of this year’s smaller Canadian crop should help keep Prairie mustard prices firm going forward, according to an industry official.

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Graph: U.S. Sunflower Harvest Far Behind Normal

DEC 11

It’s not just the U.S. corn harvest running behind this year – the sunflower harvest is lagging even worse.

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Australian Drought Woes to Boost Canadian Wheat Exports

DEC 11

A severe drought that curbed Australian production this year should open the door for more Canadian wheat export business.

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