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NEW! Rayglen Logistics Division!

These days it seems it's just as hard to get your crop out of the bin as it is to get it into the bin. Rayglen Logistics can help! Whether it be farm to rail, farm to facility, or farm to farm, we have the knowledge and resources to help deliver your crop to where it pays.

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Do you have access to a producer railcar spot or trans-loading facility?

Call Rayglen for the best available bids with reputable buyers.

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Looking for options to move new crop?

Call RAYGLEN today to see who has the space you need.

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New Articles

Special Alert from Commodity Information Systems - April 24, 2015

Information courtesy of Commodity Information, Inc. Phone: (405)604-8726 Email: info@cis-okc.com Website: https://www.cis-okc.com ...

Rayglen Market Comments - April 22, 2015

There is still some buying action on flax this week in the $14.00-$14.50 range picked up for a milling quality. The main support has been the demand coming from China, and although the European purchases are not as critical for Canadian outlook, the lack of interest from Europe does reduce the chance of any late season price spikes. Although there has been steady buying, the pace as to what the buyers are buying is moving toward more of a hand-to-mouth purchase. ...

Grainews Article Written by Brie Vany

Niche crops can pay well - Future crop prices are anyone’s guess; contracts can give you pricing security ...

Canada: Outlook for Principal Field Crops

Please find attached the April 2015 release of the Situation and Outlook Report for the principal field crops in Canada as forecast by the Grains and Oilseed Division’s Market Analysis Group within Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. ...

Rayglen Market Comments - April 15, 2015

Mustard has been steady this week. Prices have held up nicely in yellow as well as oriental mustard, old and new. Yellow spot price has traded as high 37 cents this week and oriental has traded as high as 33 to 34 cents. Brown continues to trade around that 25 cent mark as heavy stocks overseas keep that market moving slowly. Mustard continues to pencil in as some of the best return options and some growers have been taking advantage. New crop yellow is trading as high as 38 cents FOB and oriental has traded at 30 cents for full crop year on all varieties. ...

Rayglen Market Comments – April 8, 2015

Red lentils are strong again this week on both new crop and old crop. New crop prices have traded as high as $0.28 with an Act of God, $0.29 on DDC. Old crop prices are $0.38 to $0.40 today. At these levels for new crop prices with an Act of God clause there is little risk with booking in 10 bushels per acre, prices may go up but locking up some acres for a profit is never a bad play. ...

Recent Commodity Bids

  • 2015-04-22

    Lentils - Large green

    Movement: FOB September - December, 2015

    Area: Western Sask Contract Type: Production Contract

    $0.31/lbGrade: #1 Canada

  • 2015-04-20

    Mustard - Oriental

    Movement: FOB April - May, 2015

    Area: All Areas Contract Type: Spot Purchase

    $0.32/lbGrade: #1 Canada

  • 2015-04-20

    Barley

    Movement: FOB May - June, 2015

    Area: Northwest Sask Contract Type: Spot Purchase

    $3.75/buGrade: Feed