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Recent Commodity Bids

Yellow Peas

June 18, 2019

Movement: Delivered to Plant June – July 2019
Contract Type: Spot
Area:  Central & South Central Sask
Grade: #2

$7.00 /bu

Brown Flax

June 18, 2019

Movement: FOB Farm June – July 2019
Contract Type: Spot
Area: East Sask
Grade: #1

$14.50 /bu

Large Green Lentils

June 18, 2019

Movement:  Delivered to Plant Sept – Dec 2019
Contract Type: Production with Act of God
Area: South West Sask
Grade: #2 OB

$0.22 /lb

Rayglen News

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

Rayglen Market Comments – June 19, 2019

Soybean traders are still trying to get a handle on US farmer planting intentions. This will be a driving force behind the soybean market for the near future. A bright spot is bean planting progress in the US has taken quite a jump up to 77% complete, but still behind the average of about 95%. […]

June 19, 2019

Rayglen Market Comments – June 12, 2019

Bullish feed wheat prices continue again this week.  The obvious reason being the lack of precipitation. These dry, warm, windy conditions have propelled prices in which we haven’t seen for quiet some time.  We’ve seen feed pricing in that $6.00 – $6.30/bu FOB farm to $7.25 delivered with the latter close to feedlot alley.  So, […]

June 12, 2019

Rayglen Market Comments – June 5, 2019

The prairie provinces are in desperate need of some rain, which may be providing some underlying support for the lentil market. According to the CGC there has been 506,000 tonnes of lentils moved this year to date, compared to last year when only 255,000 tonnes were shipped. The five-year average is 486,000 tonnes. More aggressive […]

June 5, 2019