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Rayglen Market Comments - June 22, 2016

Feed barley this week has seen a downturn once again. Alberta is getting closer to beginning to harvest and their feed barley crops are looking awesome. This heat and rain has done wonders on all crops throughout the prairie provinces. If you have old crop feed barley in the bins you should be looking at getting rid of it, as buyers will be looking at new crop in a few weeks rather than year product. Spot bids right now would be between $3.50-3.70/bu FOB farm. There are also good opportunities for new crop feed barley contracts out there, some even with an act of God. If you are interested in signing some up, call the office and we will get you set up with a buyer. On the malt side of things, bids have been quiet for both old and new crop but show us offers. One bid that has popped up recently is a $5.75/bu new crop 2-row contract with full act of God. This is a loaded rail program in SW Saskatchewan. Call for more details. ...

Rayglen Market Comments - June 15, 2016

The flax market has been a little quieter this week as old crop bids are pretty hard to find right now and new crop buyers are not overly aggressive. Currently we are seeing a few bids still sitting at $12.00/bu delivered to plant in a couple areas of Saskatchewan, but many buyers are at lower levels. The new crop brown price is hard to track down as there were some buyers at 12.00 Fob for a short time, but others have fall interest at just over $11.00 so there is a bit of a gap. That being said, new crop sellers are not very aggressive at this point so the market is quiet. If you have yellow flax planted there are some buyers with aggressive bids for the fall and for product in the bin right now, so call with what you have and we can firm up a number. ...

Rayglen Market Comments - June 8, 2016

As seeding throughout the prairies advances, we are seeing the majority of producers starting to wrap things up. Many are even lucky enough to be done. Saskatchewan Ag is reporting that as of May 30th, seeding is 94% complete across the province. As expected, this is well ahead of the 5-year average of just 77%. The oat seeding progress is reported at 87% complete, well ahead of the average. Crop conditions for most of the province is reported to be 90% + in the good to excellent range, as farmers embrace this better than normal weather. Despite reports of heavy rains, some flooding, and the odd hail, most are generally happy with crop conditions this year and things are off to a good start. As for prices, a good quality #2CW oat has traded around $2.40 -$ 2.50/bu FOB farm in the best freight areas. As for feed, you would be looking around the $2.00 range maybe a touch lower, again, dependent on freight costs. ...

Rayglen Market Comments - June 1, 2016

The mustard market continues quiet as buyers seem pretty comfortable with their positions right now and oversea shipping pace. Recent rains have been great for most mustard growing regions also, and concerns for drought in those areas have faded. Old crop bids have slipped on yellow mustard down to the 45 cent range. The brown mustard pricing has been fairly stagnant, remaining at 33 to 34 cents. Oriental mustard pricing remains a bit stronger with a few buyers still willing to look at the 48 cent range on good quality #1 product. The new crop prices are pretty quiet with a number of buyers pulled out of the market for the time being on oriental and yellow varieties. We still have strong new crop values on brown with buyers willing to look at 34 cents for December, 35 cents for March and 36 cents for July of 2017 movement. New crop mustard contracts include an act of God, are based on picked up in the yard prices and producers can lock in the first 10bu of production. ...

Lentil Market - Food for Thought

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2016 MRL Grower Advisory

Please read the MRL grower advisory for possible marketing restrictions this growing season on pulses. ...

Recent Commodity Bids

  • 2016-06-20

    Canaryseed

    Movement: FOB June - July, 2016

    Area: Contract Type: Spot Purchase

    $0.245/lbGrade: Sound Quality

  • 2016-06-20

    Canaryseed

    Movement: FOB September - December, 2016

    Area: All Areas Contract Type: Production Contract

    $0.24/lbGrade: Sound Quality

  • 2016-06-20

    Peas - Maple

    Movement: FOB September - December, 2016

    Area: All Areas Contract Type: Production Contract

    $10.50/buGrade: #2 Canada