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Duvenaud: Crop prices move higher
Canola futures have had a $50-per-ton rally so far in June. The positive school says it’s from the dryness on the western prairies. There is no chart signal the move is over and unseeded soybean acreage is supportive.
Tuesday, June, 30, 2015 - - News

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Commodity market volatility more perception than reality
When grain and other commodity prices experienced explosive episodes between 2004 and 2013, the finger pointed toward index traders as the cause.
Tuesday, June, 23, 2015 - University of Illinois, Urbana - News

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Duvenaud: Flax market takes a tumble
Flax took a bit of a tumble in the past two weeks on little fundamental news. The best explanation could be this excerpt from the March 17 issue of Wild Oats: “Flax markets have been supported by the Kazakh flax crop, which wound up covered with snow last fall.” That meant European users had to source elsewhere, and that generally means Canada.
Tuesday, June, 23, 2015 - - News

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Duvenaud: Canary market on the upswing
The canary market is finally showing a bit of strength. Prices had been falling since 2011 and had been as low as 24 cents per pound freight on board. There’s more at 25 cents, but it would probably take 26 or 27 cents to source any volume.
Tuesday, June, 16, 2015 - - News

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Duvenaud: Lentils, canola rally, feed barley stagnant
What a fabulous lentil marketing year. Lairds were plodding along in the low 20-cent range until the rainy harvest last fall. Between August and October, prices almost doubled.
Tuesday, June, 09, 2015 - - News

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Wheat renews rally after dollar turns lower; corn, soy firm
CHICAGO - U.S. wheat futures rallied for the third day in a row on Wednesday as a falling dollar sparked a fresh round of short-covering, traders said. The weakening dollar also spurred buying in soybeans and corn. Prices for all three commodities had traded close to unchanged during the overnight session but buyers stepped into the market when the dollar turned lower and eclipsed Tuesday's lows.
Wednesday, June, 03, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Rains affect U.S. hard red winter wheat
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Rains continue to plague the U.S. hard red winter wheat crop, and analysts are lowering their production estimates. Given the continuous rains, it is very hard to get on the fields to spray in a timely fashion.
Tuesday, June, 02, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Duvenaud: Oats movement routine
The early consensus on the weekend frost is that minimal damage was done to newly planted oats.
Wednesday, May, 27, 2015 - - News

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Senate Ag Committee reauthorizes grain standards act with Heitkamp amendment
he U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee on May 21 passed the U.S. Grains Standards Act Reauthorization. U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., included an amendment that could lead to better access to Canadian wheat and barley markets for U.S. farmers near the border.
Thursday, May, 21, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Syria sees money in bumper harvest, but getting to it is hard
Syria's hopes of cutting its import bill thanks to an expected healthy harvest may be thwarted by the problems of getting hold of the wheat while the war rages.
Wednesday, May, 20, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Duvenaud: Flax demand is slowing down
You can probably still get $13.50 per bushel for flax delivered to Manitoba plants and elevators, but not for long. Asian demand is sated. There are 100,000 metric tons of flax sitting at port positions in China and two vessels en route. Assume that Chinese demand, for the moment at least, is dead.
Tuesday, May, 19, 2015 - - News

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Western Canada farmers set fastest planting pace in a decade
WINNIPEG, Manitoba - Western Canada's farmers are sowing crops at the speediest pace in about 10 years, which bodes well for an early, large harvest this autumn.
Tuesday, May, 12, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Seeding barrels ahead
Western Canadian seeding has passed the 25 percent mark, about double the normal pace. Conditions are generally excellent although eastern Manitoba and southern Alberta could use rain.
Tuesday, May, 12, 2015 - - News

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A great winter for peas
We had a great winter in the pea market — good prices and easy movement. Peas were pouring out of Canada, mainly to Chinese starch fractionation plants.
Tuesday, May, 05, 2015 - - News

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New-crop canary contracts scarce
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — The cash canary market is slow and quiet. It hit as high as 25.5 cents per pound over the winter, dropped as low as 23 cents and now trades around 24 cents. We should have run out of canary, according to official statistics, but processors still report calls from out of the blue from farmers with volumes of canary for sale. Exports over two years from August 2013 to July 2015 will be about 334,000 metric tons.
Tuesday, April, 28, 2015 - Special to Agweek - News

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Ag Processing Inc. expanding production in corn belt
FARGO, N.D. — Ag Processing Inc., based in Omaha, has announced plans to build a new soybean facility somewhere in South Dakota or North Dakota. The company tells Agweek it will be a “state-of-the-art” size of about 35 million to 40 million bushels of raw soybeans, largely to produce soybean meal for Pacific Northwest export markets.
Monday, April, 20, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Thunder Bay opens; ships loaded
The Seaway is open and Thunder Bay, Ontario, has started loading ships. There’s about a million metric tons of storage there, and it’s full, so there’s no immediate demand-pull for wheat from the prairies. Expect elevators to start actively bidding for wheat soon.
Tuesday, April, 14, 2015 - John Duvenuad - News

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Niche crops shine brighter
Corn, the star of Upper Midwest agriculture in recent years, won't shine quite so brightly in the 2015 growing season, the U.S. Department of Agriculture predicts. But some small-market crops, particularly lentils and dry peas, are expected to take on extra luster this year.
Monday, April, 06, 2015 - Agweek - News

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