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Recent Commodity Bids

Yellow Peas

May 22, 2019

Movement: Delivered to Plant June – July 2019
Contract Type: Spot
Area:  Central & South Central Sask
Grade: #2

$7.00 /bu

Large Green Lentils

May 22, 2019

Movement: FOB Farm June – July 2019
Contract Type: Spot
Area: All Areas
Grade: #2

$0.21 /lb

Small Red Lentils

May 22, 2019

Movement:  Delivered to Plant June – July 2019
Contract Type: Spot
Area: Central Sask
Grade: #2

$0.19 /lb

Rayglen News

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

Rayglen Market Comments – May 15, 2019

We have seen some small opportunities come up in the milling spring wheat market. Bids are available delivered into select locations between $6.50-$6.70/bu for Jun/July movement. This is based on #1 CWRS grading and minimum 13.5% protein. New crop milling wheat prices have been hovering closer to the $6/bu mark delivered into plants around the […]

May 15, 2019

Rayglen Market Comments – May 8, 2019

The canola market has seen two consecutive days of price recovery after a weak Monday following losses in the soybean market. This is not to say canola prices are good, because they are not, but at least they are a bit better than they looked Monday. Analysts are not expecting this strength in the market […]

May 8, 2019

Rayglen Market Comments – May 1, 2019

For another week canaryseed markets fail to deliver the previous highs that producers are searching for. Although they are not reaching the top, bids are still relatively strong, sitting around 22.5 to 23 c/lb FOB farm. New crop bids remain in that 20-21c/lb range with an act of God, in very light trade. The seasonal […]

May 1, 2019