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Recent Commodity Bids

Canary Seed

Sept 17, 2018

Movement: Delivered Plant Sept –  Oct 2018
Contract Type: Spot
Area: South Central / South West
Grade: Sound Quality

$0.225 /lb

Brown Flax

Sept 17, 2018

Movement: FOB Jan-April 2019
Contract Type: Spot
Area: All Areas
Grade: Milling

$13.00 /bu

Green Peas

Sept 17, 2018

Movement: Delivered Plant Sept – Oct 2018
Contract Type: Spot
Area: North Sask
Grade: #2

$8.50 /bu

Rayglen News

Providing you with up-to-date market prices and industry news.

Rayglen Market Comments September 12, 2018

The pea market may be through the seasonal low as there was some slight price recovery this week. Yellow peas are seeing bids at $6-6.25/bu picked up depending on location. Green peas are trading at $8.50/bu delivered. There doesn’t seem to be any change coming from the Indian government as their borders remain closed to […]

September 12, 2018

Rayglen Market Comments – September 5, 2018

The canary seed market has picked up a bit of steam with buyers showing prices around 22.5 c/lb delivered.  StatsCan has the acres pegged at 212,100. If this is correct, there will be a shortage in production if the yields remain similar to last year – around 30 bushels per acre. The annual usage of canary […]

September 5, 2018

Rayglen Market Comments – August 29, 2018

The dry bean market is holding strong as weather concerns in both Western Canada and Ontario have expectations leaning towards a much smaller crop than last year, potentially as much as 22%. While seeded acres in the US are in line with average years, there have been some concerns of lower yields and reduced quality, […]

August 29, 2018