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Grain Marketing

If you’re looking for help at either marketing your grain or filling your grain procurement requirements, contact us to see how we can assist you.

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Rayglen has access to many different types of pedigreed and non pedigreed seed. Cereals, Pulses and Oilseeds.

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Recent Commodity Bids

Flax - Brown

April 20, 2018

Movement: FOB  May 2018 – June 2018
Contract Type: Spot Purchase
Area: All Areas
Grade:  #1 Western Canada

$12.25 /bu

Wheat - Feed, 58lbs/bu and dry

April 20, 2018

Movement: FOB  June 2018 – July 2018
Contract Type: Spot Purchase
Area: All Areas
Grade: Feed

$5.60 /bu


April 20, 2018

Movement: FOB May-June 2018
Contract Type: Spot Purchase
Area: Southern Sask
Grade: Sound

$0.21 /lb

Rayglen News

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

Rayglen Market Comments – April 25, 2018

Chickpea prices remain sideways this week. StatsCan planting intentions report will be released on Friday. The 2018 chickpea crop has the potential to expand substantially. Mexican chickpea production was about a third harvested at the end of March and yields were coming in above average, which would peg the 2018/19 crop 78% higher from last year […]

April 25, 2018

Rayglen Market Comments – April 18, 2018

Feed wheat has saw some serious ups and downs this week as buyers pushed up bids to as high $6.00 FOB farm range in good freight areas, then came to a screeching halt today as buyers dropped over a quarter per bushel in a heartbeat. Based on current #1 red spring prices around $6.75/bu delivered […]

April 18, 2018

Rayglen Market Comments – April 11, 2018

The canaryseed market continues its lackluster run as of late with bids maintaining the 20-cent range picked up in the yard. The occasional area has worked a bit of a freight advantage and done a bit better at the farmgate, so if you are looking to squeeze out every quarter cent, you can touch base […]

April 11, 2018