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Recent Commodity Bids

Canaryseed

October 19, 2020

Movement: FOB Farm January – February
Contract Type: Spot
Area: All Areas
Grade: Sound quality

$0.32 /lb

Brown Flax

October 19, 2020

Movement: FOB Farm December – January
Contract Type: Spot
Area: All Areas
Grade: #1

$16.50 /bu

Small Green Lentils

October 19, 2020

Movement:  FOB Farm January – February
Contract Type: Spot
Area: All Areas
Grade: #1

$0.30 /lb

Rayglen News

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

Rayglen Market Comments – October 14, 2020

Flax prices are up slightly from last week, with some buyers showing bids at $16.50/bu FOB on brown varieties and up to $18.00/bu FOB on yellow. For the most part, bids are pushed into the new year for those values, but the odd trade is being done for Nov/Dec. Buyers have had some aggressive bids […]

October 14, 2020

Rayglen Market Comments – October 7, 2020

The prices for flax remain up from the usual seasonal trend with $16.00/bu FOB farm available for relatively quick movement. Yellow flax pricing is just north of $17.00/bu picked up and in light trade this week. Flax demand is expected to remain strong from China, the EU and the US and potential exports will be […]

October 7, 2020

Rayglen Market Comments – September 30, 2020

As updated reports on production estimates keep rolling in, it looks like green pea supplies will be up about 12% this year and yellows down 2%. Looking overseas, the Black Sea region is also expected to have lower production numbers due to reduced yields; this should bring less export competition for the Canadian crop, causing […]

October 7, 2020