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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

Rayglen Market Comments – March 25, 2015

Oats have gone up this week, much too every ones hope and desire. Bids have rose up to a $2.80 to $2.90 delivered in range in certain areas of the province. New crop indications would be similar, maybe slightly better in the central area of Sask and once again would get stronger in better freight areas. If loading rail cars is an option that you would consider, give us a call as we might have an opportunity for new crop around $3.00/bu. ...

Rayglen Market Comments – March 18, 2015

The pea market has become very quiet as of late. Old crop has slowed down, values have slipped recently and movement is pushed further out. Currently yellow peas are being indicated at $8.50/bu delivered plant for June/July movement. Offers at $8.50/bu picked up on farm may have a chance of trading if growers are looking at that value as a trigger point. Yellow pea stocks will be tight come year end and some feel we may see another rally, depending how long growers can wait to see if it actually happens. ...

Rayglen Market Comments - 3/11/15

Canola markets have started up as of Wednesday after a week of going the wrong direction most days. The soybean market continues to affect the canola trade most days and that does not look like it will change any time too soon. Canola stocks are not huge at this point but we are not scraping the barrel here as of yet but we may get tight into the summer months. ...

Winter Weight Season No Longer in Effect


Market Comments - March 4, 2015

The pea market has not seen much change in price over the last week or so with buyer’s bids staying relatively flat. Old crop yellow peas are being indicated at $8.75/bu delivered for nearby movement and up to $9.00/bu delivered plant for summer delivery. Old crop green peas are very difficult to move at this time with bids difficult to find. Indications have been around $8.65/bu delivered plant for #2 or better, but it’s very difficult to get them moved as some buyers aren’t even bidding. ...

Rayglen Market Comments - February 25, 2015

The lentil market has been a little up and down this week depending on what color of lentils you’re talking about. The large green prices remain strong with bids on #2 quality at 34 cents at the yard and #1 price just over 40 cents. ...

Recent Commodity Bids

  • 2015-03-31

    Lentils - RED, Small

    Movement: FOB April - May, 2015

    Area: All Areas Contract Type: Spot Purchase

    $0.37/lbGrade: #2 Canada

  • 2015-03-30

    Mustard - Yellow

    Movement: FOB September - July, 2016

    Area: All Areas Contract Type: Production Contract

    $0.35/lbGrade: #1 Canada

  • 2015-03-30

    Mustard - Oriental

    Movement: FOB October - March, 2016

    Area: Contract Type: Production Contract

    $0.30/lbGrade: #1 Canada