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Combining begins in drier sections of Western Prairies

July 28, 2016

Commodity News Service Canada – Producers in southern Alberta have begun to combine some grain and pulses, according to a farm leader. “Down around Lethbridge and south of it, they had pretty decent moisture so they’ve got good crops. Guys are starting to combine winter wheat now and peas,” said Lynn […]

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Okanagan producers adopt climate adaptation strategy

July 25, 2016

Agricultural producers and local governments in the Okanagan region are getting ready for the possibility of hotter, drier summers and different pest pressures under climate change. The B.C. Agriculture and Food Climate Action Initiative (CAI) brought agricultural producers together with local governments and provincial agencies to identify collaborative solutions and […]

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U.S. grains: Corn, soy ease as investors eye big U.S. harvests

July 28, 2016

Chicago / Reuters – U.S. corn and soybean futures fell one per cent or more on Thursday, pressured by ample existing supplies and largely favourable growing conditions that will likely lead to huge harvests this fall, traders and analysts said. Chicago Board of Trade corn futures led the declines, with technical […]

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U.S. livestock: Slumping cash prices sink CME hogs to four-month low

July 28, 2016

Chicago / Reuters – Chicago Mercantile Exchange lean hogs on Thursday settled near their lowest since late-March 2013, dragged down by weaker cash prices before some plants shut down on Monday for an annual industry floater holiday, traders said. One packer was closed on Thursday, and possibly on Friday, for repairs, which limited its need […]

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