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US Corn Stocks Below Expectations; Soys Above

September 30, 2022

US corn stockpiles as of the end of the 2021-22 marketing year were tighter than expected amid a smaller crop, while it was the opposite situation for soybeans.

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Chicago Close: Wheat, Corn Lower Ahead of USDA; Soys Up

September 29, 2022

Wheat and corn futures closed lower on Thursday while soybeans managed modest gains.

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ICE Close: More Increases for Canola

September 29, 2022

Canola futures pushed higher on Thursday, posting double-digits gains in heavy trading.

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Quarterly US Stocks Report on Deck

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USDA Confirms Further US Hog Herd Contraction

September 29, 2022

As expected, the USDA hogs and pigs report Thursday confirmed the continued contraction of the US hog herd.

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Manitoba, Saskatchewan Move to Address Veterinarian Shortage

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Modest Advance in Saskatchewan Harvest Progress

September 29, 2022

Producers in the southwest and west-central regions are mostly done but the harvest in other parts of Saskatchewan was slowed this past week by cool, damp weather, as well as continued high moisture crops.

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Chicago Close: Weaker Dollar, Geopolitical Concerns Lift Wheat

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Map: Agricorp Reports Strong Ontario Winter Wheat Yields

September 28, 2022

It was a banner year for many Ontario winter wheat producers this year.

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Chicago Close: Nuclear Threats Buoy Wheat

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ICE Close: A Little Higher for Canola

September 27, 2022

Canola futures continued higher on Tuesday.

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Continued Slow Progress for Manitoba Harvest

September 27, 2022

Rain and humidity continued to make for miserable harvesting conditions across Manitoba this past week, with progress falling further behind the five-year average.

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Labour Shortages Likely to Persist

September 27, 2022

An analysis by Farm Credit Canada concludes the current agricultural and agri-food labour shortage is likely to continue, or even get worse.

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