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USDA predicts fewer corn, wheat acres, but more soybeans and small-market crops
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. “A little bit of the shine seems to be off corn,” says Erik Younggren, a Hallock, Minn., farmer.
Tuesday, March, 31, 2015 - - News

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Manitoba soybeans trading at January levels
Soybeans in Manitoba are flat, trading about where they were in January. Buyers price off Chicago Board of Trade futures, and they had a minor run in February so there were slightly better prices available for a while. Delmar International Inc. is paying 30 cents over May, putting it at $10.10 the morning of March 24, while elevators are about $9.80 per bushel.
Monday, March, 30, 2015 - - News

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Flax market might ease; pea prices down
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Flax continues to have a good market. Legumex is paying $14.50 per bushel delivered in Winkler, Manitoba. Elevators are about $13.50. Compared with canola, flax is on the expensive side.
Monday, March, 23, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Exchange rate affects ag industry, export outlook
Justin Flaten relies on foreign customers to buy most of his company’s products. But his wares are increasingly expensive for overseas buyers, and that’s hurting sales.
Monday, March, 23, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Survey: Plantings down less than 1 percent
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — The Wild Oats Planting Survey is the first surveyed intentions outlook for western Canadian spring plantings. In February, we asked Wild Oats subscribers their acreage last year and intended acreage this year, with responses from 104 farmers cropping 330,000 acres.
Monday, March, 09, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Significant interventions hit world markets
After going through a long period of relative stability in the world grain markets, there have been some major interventions in the past few years. The combined impacts of these interventions have resulted in more volatile markets and production
Monday, March, 02, 2015 - North Dakota State University Extension Service - News

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Lower corn acreage projected for 2015 season
With weather conditions still uncertain for the upcoming planting season, predictions remain stagnant for grain prices in 2015. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s long-term projection for acreage planted predicts a 2 million acre reduction nationwide in corn. Jack Davis, the crops business management field specialist at the South Dakota State University Extension Mitchell Regional Center, says acreage will be shuffled into soybeans, small grains and alfalfa forage seeding.
Friday, February, 27, 2015 - - News

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Mustard types have different markets
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — The three different mustards have distinctly different markets. Yellow is hot. Western Canadian farmers grew a larger crop last year than the year before, and most was yellow. Prices fell hard after harvest but have been on the upswing since, and new-crop prices are even higher. Trade is brisk. Farmers are selling and processors are busy. Yellow bids range between 33.5 to 36 cents per pound. Most, but not all, processors are buying.
Monday, February, 23, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Lentils markets remain red-hot
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Lentil markets remain red-hot. It’s a gift, considering the poor quality. The year started out looking heavy, with 2014 plantings way up from 2013, but it was a tough production year, both quantity and quality.
Monday, February, 16, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Ukraine says ready to act if grain exports exceed limits
Ukraine’s Agriculture Ministry is ready to impose measures to defend the local grains market if a sharp devaluation in the country’s hryvnia currency causes a jump in exports, says Deputy Minister Volodymyr Lapa.
Tuesday, February, 10, 2015 - - News

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Flax market strong, but quality matters
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — The prairie flax market, while maybe not on fire, is certainly strong. Farmers are netting $14.50 freight on board pretty much everywhere with $15 per bushel available delivered Winkler, Manitoba. One caveat — quality matters.
Monday, February, 09, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Ending an era, CME Group to shutter most futures pits
The world’s largest futures market operator will shutter almost all of its open-outcry futures pits by July 2, ringing the closing bell on a once-raucous tradition that has been in decline since the rise of computerized trading.
Thursday, February, 05, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Canary prices higher
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Canary prices have been quietly percolating higher since last spring, including a cent or so this January. Supply continues to shrink with the 2013 crop smaller than 2012 and the 2014 crop smaller yet again. AgCanada projects that Canada will run out of canary again this year, just as it did last year.
Monday, February, 02, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Mustard prices fall flat
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Mustard prices have been flat for a couple of years, especially in the past month. There’s nothing in the immediate future to push mustard markets higher.
Monday, January, 26, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Soybeans take another leg down
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s January reports were only mildly negative for soybeans, but confirmation of a record American crop combined with a bin-buster developing in South America dropped beans 30 cents on Jan. 12. Corn was mildly bullish.
Monday, January, 19, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Grains to trump oilseeds in 2015
The past 12 months have been a tumultuous time for the crops arena. Corn, soybean and wheat prices all suffered steep losses in the latter half of 2014, amid a swell in global output and a jump in projected year-end inventories to record levels.
Monday, January, 19, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Oats moving higher
WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Soybean futures had a good run since October — up $1.50 per bushel, including a bump of close to 40 cents Jan. 5. Even more impressive from a Canadian farmer’s perspective, the Canadian dollar sank from 93 cents U.S. to 84 cents since June. That’s a 10 percent boost in Canadian prices.
Monday, January, 12, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Slow single-car service means higher interest costs
LEEDS, N.D. — Brian Engstrom is happy to report rail service for his dry edible bean processing plant is better today than it was two months ago.
Monday, January, 05, 2015 - Agweek - News

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