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FCC Forecasting Sharp Drop in 2020 Farm Cash Receipts

June 04, 2020

Despite a modest rise in the first quarter, 2020 Canadian farm cash receipts could end up seeing their sharpest annual decline in 17 years, according to Farm Credit Canada (FCC).

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India Reduces Tariffs on Lentils

June 02, 2020

India is temporarily reducing import tariffs on lentils originating from most countries, according to a notice posted by the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs on June 2.

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With Beer Taps Off, Malt Barley Demand Down

June 02, 2020

Declining beer consumption due to the COVID-19 pandemic will likely lead to reduced demand for the malt barley to brew it, but acreage to the crop is unlikely to see much adjustment in the Canadian Prairies.

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MAP: Prairie Rain Welcomed by Some; Loathed by Others

May 29, 2020Read Article

Meng Ruling a Worry for Canola Industry

May 28, 2020

Jim Everson believes a judicial decision should have no bearing whatsoever on the canola trade between Canada and China.

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Huawei Executive to Face Extradition

May 27, 2020Read Article

Farm Debt Load Heavier Again in 2019

May 26, 2020

Canadian producers continued to increase their borrowing in 2019, with collective nationwide farm debt rising by 8.7%.

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Map: North Dakota Turning Sharply Drier

May 25, 2020

A slower-than-normal pace to spring planting notwithstanding, dry conditions in North Dakota are expanding and deepening.

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Saskatchewan Seeding Surges Past Halfway Complete

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Chart: Canola Futures Nearing Upper End of Nearby Range

May 21, 2020

Canola futures have trended mostly higher for much of May but may be nearing the upper end of their nearby range.

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Soybean-Corn Ratio Now Favouring Soybeans

May 21, 2020

Plenty has changed since the USDA released its initial 2020 acreage estimates, and the soybean-to-corn price ratio is no exception.

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Inflation Turns Negative but Food Prices Up

May 20, 2020

Canada’s overall inflation rate may have turned negative in April amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but the cost of food moved higher.

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