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Recent Commodity Bids

Oriental Mustard

February 11, 2020

Movement: FOB Farm September – July 2021
Contract Type: Production with Act of God
Area: All Areas
Grade: #1

$0.28 /lb

Feed Barley

February 11, 2020

Movement: FOB Farm April – May
Contract Type: Spot
Area:  West Sask
Grade: Feed

$4.25 /bu

Brown Flax

February 11, 2020

Movement:  FOB Farm September – December
Contract Type: Production with Act of God
Area: All Areas
Grade: Milling

$12.50 /bu

Rayglen News

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

Rayglen Market Comments – February 12, 2020

There have been a few sales of Canadian flax into the US in the last week, but likely not enough to offset the quiet Chinese demand. Flax bids have been $12.70-$13.00/bu picked up on #1 quality, while milling bids are in the $14.00-$14.25/bu range, FOB. Yellow flax prices also staying sideways around $16.00/bu in some […]

February 12, 2020

Rayglen Market Comments – February 5, 2020

Flax export demand has been limited out of Canada and if the price stays high relative to other crops, the Black Sea region will continue shipping into the market. Chinese flax imports increased in December, however, only 24,600 tonnes came from Canada while 49,400 tonnes were shipped form Russian and Kazakhstan as per analysts. The […]

February 7, 2020

Rayglen Market Comments – January 29, 2020

The pea market has seen a bit of a decline in pricing; specifically, green and maple peas. Right now, the Chinese New Year is going on and we typically see a bit of a slowdown in markets during this time. However, along with the Chinese New Year, the markets are also reacting to the new […]

January 29, 2020