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ICE Close: Canola Starts Week on High Note

FEB 18

Canola futures ended higher on Tuesday, recovering some of last week's losses.

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Chicago Close: Big Gains for Wheat

FEB 18

Wheat futures ended strongly higher on Tuesday, partially boosted by a downgrade in the 2019-20 Australian production estimates.

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Australia Wheat Production Smallest Since 2008

FEB 18

The USDA didn’t lower its official estimate last week, but it appears 2019-20 Australian wheat production will be down even more severely from a year earlier

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Commercial Canola Supplies Hit Three-Year High

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Southwestern Ontario Farmland Values Higher Again in 2019: Survey

FEB 18

Southwestern Ontario farmland values continued to strengthen overall in 2019, regardless of some weakening in a pair of individual counties.

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USDA lowers U.S. soybean/wheat ending stocks, corn unchanged

FEB 17

The United States Department of Agriculture lowered its 2019/20 projections for U.S. soybean and wheat ending stocks in its latest World Agriculture Supply and Demand Estimates report, released Feb. 11, but kept the corn c...

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Soybean acreage slide continues in MB

FEB 17

Soybeans are going through a rough patch in Manitoba. Seeded acres could drop by 400,000 because hundreds of growers had disappointing yields in 2019. Read more on acreage expectations from this Western Producer article.

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ICE Close: Canola Drops Ahead of Holiday Weekend

FEB 14

Canola futures finished lower on Friday, due to heavy spread activity and weaker vegetable oil prices.

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Chicago Close: Weaker Ahead of Long Weekend

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Mostly Steady Acreage but Rising Yields for U.S. Corn, Soybeans

FEB 14

Long-term projections released by the USDA on Friday suggest steadily improving corn and soybean yields but relatively little change in planted area over the next decade.

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Funding Announced for New Risk Management Strategy for Hog Producers

FEB 14

The federal government has earmarked nearly a half million dollars for the development of a new risk management strategy for hog producers in Manitoba, and potentially across the country.

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Canadian Exporter Confidence Hurt by Protectionism; Economic Worries

FEB 14

Amid worries about protectionism and a weak global economy, confidence among Canadian exporters has fallen to its lowest level in almost a decade, according to Export Development Canada’s (EDC) latest Trade Confidence Inde...

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