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Map: Recharge Needed for Dry Prairie Soils

October 16, 2020

With most of the 2020 Prairie crop now safely tucked away in the bin, it is Saskatchewan producers who will now be crossing their fingers the most for post-harvest moisture.

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Widespread Demand Keeping Feed Barley Well Supported

October 15, 2020

Solid demand is continuing to keep feed barley bids in Western Canada well supported, as end users work to secure supplies in anticipation of tightening stocks later in the crop year.

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Maps: Below Normal Snowfall Expected for Most of Prairies

October 15, 2020

The winter season may not do much to improve the dryness and drought that is currently plaguing portions of Western Canada, according to AccuWeather.

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Map: Prairie Drought Worsens in September

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Chicago Close: Soys, Corn Jump on Bullish USDA

October 09, 2020

A bullish USDA supply-demand update helped to lift soybean futures to big gains to end the week. Corn was also higher while wheat ended mixed.

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Alberta Harvest More than 90% Finished

October 09, 2020Read Article

US Wheat Situation Tighter; Global Supplies Remain Heavy

October 09, 2020

The 2020-21 US wheat outlook may be tightening, but the global situation remains heavy.

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US Soybean Ending Stocks Down Sharply

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Corn Production, Ending Stocks Estimates Trimmed Again

October 09, 2020

In the wake of dryness in the western Corn Belt and a vicious August derecho, estimated US corn production and ending stocks are continuing to tick lower.

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Updated Saskatchewan Yield Estimates Mostly Below StatsCan

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Map: Drought Monitor Confirms Increasing Plains Dryness

October 08, 2020

The latest weekly drought monitor has confirmed rising concerns about dryness on the US central Plains as the 2021 winter wheat crop is seeded.

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Chart: ‘Demand-Pull’ Supportive for Canola

October 07, 2020

Strength in Chicago soybeans and good demand is moving canola futures back toward the contract highs hit in September.

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Rising Lumber Costs Adding to Farm Building Costs

October 01, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has already changed the normal way of doing business for many producers, and now it is also making it more expensive to erect new farm buildings.

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