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Recent Commodity Bids

Brown Flax

April 18, 2019

Movement: FOB Farm June – August 2019
Contract Type: Spot
Area: South East Sask
Grade: Milling

$13.50 /bu

Small Red Lentils

April 18, 2019

Movement: Delivered to Plant May – June 2019
Contract Type: Spot
Area: South West Sask
Grade: #2

$0.1850 /lb

Brown Flax

April 18, 2019

Movement:  Delivered to Plant Sept – May 2020
Contract Type: Production
Area: North Central Sask
Grade: Milling

$13.00 /bu

Rayglen News

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

Rayglen Market Comments – April 17, 2019

Stats Can has reported that the 2017/2018 oat crop year had a decreased production of 8% to 3.4 MMT due smaller crop and poor yield. The total supply is down by 5%. The projected export for oats is expected to be down again, with about 90% of oats from Canada headed south to the USA.  The […]

April 17, 2019

Rayglen Market Comments – April 10, 2019

Chickpea overseas markets remain quiet with values scaling back to the Canadian grower around $0.24/lb off the farm. It seems the Indian election about to happen is buzz worthy news, but since desi chickpea values are cheaper than a kabuli today, there is little incentive for the Indian government to lift restrictions for trade. We […]

April 10, 2019

Rayglen Market Comments – April 3, 2019

The canola market has been fairly range bound this past week and continues to hover around the key support level of $450/MT, currently trading at $455/MT.  The Chinese circumstances for canola have seen little change over the past week, with Canadian officials/groups getting organized to try and deal with the situation. Currently canola is trading at […]

April 3, 2019