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Feed weekly outlook: Feed grains come under harvest pressure

MarketsFarm – Delayed springtime planting pushed back the feed grain harvest. As a result, prices for old crop feed grains are now beginning to converge with new crop prices. “It feels like we’re transitioning towards new crop,” remarked Travis Ebens, a grains trader with CorNine Commodities in Lacombe, Alta. He said prices for feed barley



U.S. grains: Soybeans ease on China tensions

Wheat gains on declining U.S. dollar, export hopes; corn mostly flat

Chicago | Reuters — Chicago soybeans softened on Friday as optimism over Chinese buying in the United States was tempered by political tensions between the two economic heavyweights. Corn ended lower on strong crop conditions, while wheat rose on hopes of new U.S. export sales with the dollar remaining low. The Chicago Board of Trade’s

Producer deliveries spike in June

MarketsFarm — Grain deliveries in Canada increased 48.5 per cent from May to June, according to Statistics Canada in a report released today. The report, Producer Deliveries of Major Grains, showed more than 5.16 million tonnes of all grains were delivered by producers in June, compared to the approximately 3.54 million tonnes in May. It’s

U.S. grains: Soybeans gain ground on Chinese buying

Wheat rebounds after technical correction

Chicago | Reuters — Chicago corn and soybeans futures climbed on Wednesday as news of Chinese purchases offset strong yield prospects after recent rain across the U.S. Midwest offered relief to pollinating corn crops. Both commodities gained even after the United States ordered China to close a consulate in Houston, escalating diplomatic tensions and putting


U.S. grains: Soybeans trim back on improved crop conditions

Wheat gains on weaker U.S. currency

Chicago | Reuters — Chicago soybean futures fell on Tuesday, despite renewed exports to China, after the U.S. Agriculture Department issued better-than-expected weekly crop ratings. Corn also eased on better-than-expected crop conditions and favourable U.S. weather as traders eyed record yield potential this fall. The Chicago Board of Trade’s most active soybean contract fell 6-1/2

U.S. grains: Corn weakens on rain across Midwest

Soybeans gain for fifth session, wheat futures tumble

Chicago | Reuters — Chicago corn futures dropped on Monday, as rainfall strengthened crop conditions during a crucial stage in development. Soybean futures gained for a fifth consecutive session on renewed Chinese demand and support from the soybean oil market. Wheat, meanwhile, sank as harvest across the U.S. Great Plains continued and a strengthening dollar

July supply/demand report shows just minor revisions

Canola, wheat ending stocks down

MarketsFarm — Updated supply/demand estimates released Friday by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada include only minor revisions from the previous report, taking into account revised acreage estimates Statistics Canada released at the end of June. Canola ending stocks for the current marketing year were lowered by 100,000 tonnes, to 2.5 million tonnes. Meanwhile, projected 2020-21 canola


Prairie cash wheat: Bids mixed

MGEX, K.C. wheats down on week

MarketsFarm — Spring wheat bids in Western Canada were mixed during the week ended Thursday, as the Minneapolis futures bounced around within a 15-cent per bushel range. Average Canada Western Red Spring (CWRS, 13.5 per cent protein) wheat prices were down by $3 to up by $2 per tonne, according to price quotes from a

U.S. grains: Corn, soy futures extend gains on China demand

CBOT September wheat eases

Chicago | Reuters — U.S. soybean and corn futures rose on Friday, with soybeans hitting a one-week top as a pick-up in export demand for both crops, primarily from China, sparked speculative buying and short-covering, analysts said. Soybeans got an additional boost from surging palm and soyoil futures. But forecasts for beneficial rains in the