Canary seed is usually a later crop to harvest, but farmers are making great progress this year and getting it in the bin. This is largely due to hot dry temperatures we have experienced this summer, allowing the combines to roll uninterrupted. At the beginning of this week 49% of Canary seed was reported to be in the bin, which is up significantly from the previous year, 16% at the same time. Agriculture Canada reports that production could reach 117,000MT based off 254,000 acres. This number is down a bit from last year, which produced around 140,000MT. Pricing on Canary seed has been trading around 21¢/lb for sound quality.