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ICE Close: Soy Gains, Slow Seeding Support Canola

May 08, 2020

Gains in the Chicago soy complex helped to canola futures to small gains on Friday.

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Chicago Close: Corn, Soys End Higher

May 08, 2020

Corn and soybean futures both finished higher on Friday, supported by weather worries and hopes of additional Chinese buying.

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Seeding in Parts of Alberta Slowed by Unharvested Crop

May 08, 2020

Spring planting is progressing well in southern Alberta but is lagging farther north as producers try to get the last of the 2019 crop out of the field.

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U.S. Farm Bankruptcies May Rise as Off-Farm Income is Lost: AFB

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Cool Temperatures but Ontario Planting Conditions Still Good

May 08, 2020

Cooler-than-normal temperatures are slowing soil warm-up and delaying germination and emergence of seeded crops, but the 2020 season is so far still offering better planting conditions than the past number of springs, acco...

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ICE Close: Soyoil Gains Bump Canola Higher

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Chicago Close: Cold Weather Worries Support

May 07, 2020

Worries about potential cold weather damage lifted corn, wheat and soybean futures on Thursday.

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Lentil, Dry Pea Stocks Down from Last Year

May 07, 2020

Canadian lentil stocks as of March 31 were down sharply from a year earlier while dry peas saw a marginal decline.

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Oat Stocks Up; Barley Stocks Sharply Higher

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March 31 Canola Stocks Down; All Wheat Slightly Higher

May 07, 2020

Canadian canola stocks as of March 31, 2020 were down from a year earlier and the lowest in three years, while all wheat stocks ticked slightly higher.

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Corn Acres Seen Rising; Soybeans Lower

May 07, 2020

Like their U.S. counterparts, Canadian producers intend to increase corn plantings this year, but unlike those across the border they will not increase soybean acres.

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Pulse, Special Crop Intentions Mainly Steady

May 07, 2020

Aside from a relatively hefty decline in chickpeas and a big increase in sunflowers, Canadian producers apparently do not intend to stray far from what they planted a year ago in terms of pulses and special crops.

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