Grain Outlook

Apr
11
Local wheat supply remains tight as we move into spring, it should be mentioned that demand isn't necessarily overwhelming supply but more remaining just high enough to support strong pricing. Should this demand drop it could leave wheat vulnerable to the …
Apr
11
After several weeks, barley continues to trade sideways as feedlot coverage remains solid until the end of April. Large supply is being seen throughout Alberta and has created a stand-off between end user and producer. Weather concerns continue to mount as…
Apr
11
Cracks in local coverage have started to appear as different locations have posted random opportunities from spot pricing into May/June. This indicates that basis levels could tighten up as we head into seeding and early summer. July futures have run into …
Mar
18
Wheat responded to a lacklustre showing in February with increased local demand on the feed side through the first half of February. Low carry-outs are expected going into the spring/summer and have helped to push wheat back to January highs. Weather conce…
Mar
18
End users remain comfortable with coverage heading into April. For the most part end users are running at capacity and should see consumption gradually increase into the spring/early summer. Currently supply throughout Alberta remains strong and could caus…
Mar
18
Canola had a rough February as concerns from China, a stronger loonie and the start of a South American harvest pressured futures to a steady decline. The beginning of March saw canola bottom at $440/MT on July futures, and has since climbed a shade over 8…
Feb
01
Canola continues to trade inside the range that was established in September, this has created less volatility than normal but allows for more consistent pricing. Over the last two weeks canola has lost 40 cents/bu as the CAD goes through a mild recovery w…
Feb
01
After sliding in price for the last month and a half, barley has found a bottom and is looking to recover going into the spring months. February movement could remain sluggish as many end-users have coverage into March which could also hold late winter pri…
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