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Recent Commodity Bids

Green Peas

Mar 20, 2019

Movement: FOB Farm Sept – Dec 2019
Contract Type: Production with Act of God
Area: All Areas
Grade: #2

$8.50 /bu

Maple Peas

Mar 20, 2019

Movement: FOB Farm March – April
Contract Type: Spot
Area: All of Sask
Grade: #2

$15 /bu


Mar 20, 2019

Movement: FOB Farm Sept – Dec 2019
Contract Type: Production with Act of God
Area: All areas
Grade: Sound Quality

$0.21 /lb

Rayglen News

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

Rayglen Market Comments – March 20, 2019

The latest projection for canaryseed acres is estimated at 250,000, down from the previous projection by roughly 25,000, but still up 18% from 2018. Traditionally, exports on canaryseed pick up in the second half of the year and there could be a light price increase in the not so distant future due to the opening […]

March 20, 2019

Rayglen Market Comments – March 13, 2019

Wheat is strong again this week, but movement is moving further and further out. With road bans right around the corner, the secondary weights that most guys can haul during that time eats into the price a bit.  Supply seems to not be able to meet demand at this point, which is why we are […]

March 14, 2019

Rayglen Market Comments – March 6, 2019

Canary seed is still a commodity buyers are looking for on the regular. With stocks slowly dwindling there has been a slight increase in values in the nearby. New crop acres have been forecast to go up anywhere from 15-17% which could be why we are not seeing stronger production contract bids. As growers are […]

March 6, 2019