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Recent Commodity Bids

Green Peas

May 22, 2018

Movement: Delivered to Plant May – June 2018
Contract Type: Spot
Area: All Areas
Grade:  #2

$9.00 /bu

Brown Flax

May 15, 2018

Movement: FOB  Sept – Dec 2018
Contract Type: Production
Area: All Areas
Grade: Milling

$12.25 /bu

Feed Wheat

May 22, 2018

Movement: FOB Prompt Movement
Contract Type: Spot
Area: North East
Grade:  Feed

$5.75-6.00 /bu

Rayglen News

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

Rayglen Market Comments – May 23, 2018

The oats market is as cold as Antarctica in December. Very few trades have been taking place on the both the milling and feed side of things. That being said, we do always have buyers looking to make some deals. #2 CW oat indications are between $2.25-$2.50/bu picked up in your yard. Price is dependent […]

May 23, 2018

Rayglen Market Comments – May 16, 2018

The canary market has seen a few more trades go through as of late, but this increased action has not extended much into bettering the price. Spot bids remain around 21 cents picked up at the farm for sound quality. Trade has not been overwhelming, but some product has moved at these levels as canary […]

May 16, 2018

Rayglen Market Comments – May 9, 2018

Even with the StatsCan report out on lentils, there is still some uncertainty in the industry. The report shows an 8% decrease in seeded acres, but does not differentiate between classes. Reports from various analysts predict the green lentil acres will be increased, while reds will be down more than 8%. It is important to […]

May 9, 2018