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Chicago Close: US Dollar Strength Weighs

March 03, 2021

Strength in the US dollar weighed as corn, wheat and soybean futures all fell in trading Wednesday.

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Canada Lentil Exports to Turkey Expected to Ease

March 03, 2021

After booming business in 2020, Canadian lentil exports to Turkey are expected to cool this year.

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Food Protectionism Likely to Increase: Economist

March 03, 2021

There is likely to be an increase in food protectionism around the world as more governments seek to serve their own interests first, according to a Rabobank economist.

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ICE Close: Strong Gains for Canola

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Chicago Close: Weather Concerns Offer Support

March 02, 2021

Corn, wheat and soybean futures all rebounded on Tuesday from losses the previous day.

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Winter Wheat Condition Ratings Slip

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US Farmers Expect Alternative Protein Sources to Hurt Income

March 02, 2021

US producers expect alternative protein sources to make inroads over the next five years, and many expect the impact to be negative for farm income.

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Crops Boost 2020 Canadian Farm Cash Receipts

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ICE Close: Canola Nudges Higher in Volatile Trade

March 01, 2021

Canola futures closed slightly higher on Monday, after a volatile session highlighted by wide swings.

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Chicago Close: Corn, Soybeans Fall on US Acreage Ideas

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Competition from Other Crops to Hurt Sunflower Output

March 01, 2021

After reaching the highest level in more than a decade in 2020, Canadian sunflower production is expected to fall back to earth this year.

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Weather Network Spring Forecast: Potentially Wet for Ontario; Dry for Prairies

March 01, 2021

Ontario producers may want to prepare for spring seeding delays, while those in southern Saskatchewan and Manitoba may want to cross their fingers for rain, according to a new seasonal forecast released Monday by the Weath...

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Canadian Hog Herd Up Slightly from a Year Ago

March 01, 2021

Canadian hog numbers at the beginning of this year were up slightly, as the largest July-December pig crop in a dozen years helped to offset a rapid slaughter pace and heavy export demand.

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