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Recent Commodity Bids

Small Red Lentils

January 17, 2020

Movement: FOB Farm January – February
Contract Type: Spot
Area: All Areas
Grade: #2

$0.235 /lb

Yellow Peas

January 17, 2020

Movement: Delivered to Plant January – February
Contract Type: Spot
Area:  North & South West Sask
Grade: #2

$7.00 /bu

Yellow Mustard

January 17, 2020

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

$0.41 /lb

Rayglen News

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

Rayglen Market Comments – January 8, 2020

Feed wheat is still trading on the regular week after week and the value has remained relatively stable. Bids range from $4.60 to $5.10/bu picked up based on a min 58lbs and max 15% moisture. Nearby movement is still an opportunity, but we have seen some carry into 2nd and 3rd quarter of 2020. Milling […]

January 9, 2020

Rayglen Market Comments – December 18, 2019

Feed wheat opportunities remain abundant with relatively good bids across the board. As we know, there has been a lot of high moisture and light feed wheat being shown to buyers and this will strongly play a role in the value. Getting some general specs such as weight, moisture and in some cases protein, will […]

December 18, 2019

Rayglen Market Comments – December 11, 2019

Canaryseed exports have slowed slightly, which we expected, since we saw the first bump in prices back in October/November. Mexico was our largest buyer throughout the past months, but according to Stat reports, we also had Indonesia getting back into the buying market. Typically, we will see another round of exports ramp up come springtime. […]

December 11, 2019