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New Articles

Canada: Outlook for Principal Field Crops

This report provides an update of AAFC’s April outlook report for the current crop year, 2014-15, and the up-coming 2015-16 crop year which starts, in Canada for most crops, on August 1, 2015 and ends on July 31. ...

Rayglen Market Comments - May 20, 2015

With late spring freezing happening this month, oats crops are holding up as they are a little less susceptible to damage than others such as canola and lentils. We hope that the damage is minimal, on all crops, but only time will tell what Mother Nature has in store for us this year. As far as the oat market goes today, we are seeing no change whatsoever, total stocks of oats are still pegged to be down with on farm stocks driving the overall decline. Canadian oat acreage will likely come in below intentions, as declining prices should cause some acres to move elsewhere. Intended oat plantings were pegged at 3.6 million acres by a Statistics Canada planting intentions report released last week, which is well above pre-report trade estimates. ...

Rayglen Market Comments – May 13, 2015

U.S wheat futures are down a couple bucks this morning as moisture concerns across the plains start to dwindle. We did recently hear reports of snow in the Nebraska areas but those weather concerns seem to have faded to the back of traders’ minds. We believe that recent USDA carryout numbers may have been a bearish factor for wheat as well. As far as pricing goes, we have seen little to no change this week. Buyers are still quoting $5.00-$6.00/bu for #2 HRS with 13.5 protein in different areas for a loaded rail program. ...

Rayglen Market Comments – May 6, 2015

U.S milling wheat took a turn upwards to just a little higher than the five year average this past week. This could be attributed to quality concerns and the latest U.S. crop tour, which is stating below average yields in certain areas across the states. Overseas news recently stated Russia is looking at lifting their levy on the wheat exports while Colombia has lowered their import requirements for Canadian wheat. As you probably guessed, this could open up exports to Russia while restricting exports to Columbia. ...

Kugler Fertilizer Information


Rayglen Market Comments - April 29, 2015

We have heard some yellow pea price rumors this week that a few bids were perking up on old crop again. We are starting to hear numbers around $8.75 delivered to plant, so if you have a target in mind that you want to see on the last bit of yellows in the bin, let us know and we can help you put together a firm offer. The old crop price for green peas has been a little slower on movement in terms of pricing but buyers have been kicking the tires on tonnage as well; and as I write, we just had a firm offer at $8.50 FOB farm trade! ...

Recent Commodity Bids

  • 2015-05-22

    Mustard - Yellow

    Movement: FOB June - July, 2015

    Area: All Areas Contract Type: Spot Purchase

    $0.38/lbGrade: #1 Canada

  • 2015-05-19


    Movement: FOB May - June, 2015

    Area: western sask Contract Type: Spot Purchase

    $0.23/lbGrade: Sound Quality

  • 2015-05-19


    Movement: FOB May - June, 2015

    Area: Northwest Sask Contract Type: Spot Purchase

    $3.40/buGrade: Feed