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Mild weather poses risks for Prairie winter wheat

January 26, 2015

CNS Canada – Milder-than-normal temperatures across Western Canada over the past week could raise some issues for its winter wheat crops, though snow cover and conditions through the rest of the winter will also be important. “It’s not ideal conditions for winter wheat, and I’d anticipate that we’d see some […]

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Manitoba seeks more climate-responsive risk management

January 21, 2015

A Manitoba provincial task force has been set up to seek ways in which farm risk management programs could be “more comprehensive and sustainable” in handling “climate-related challenges” such as floods. “Manitoba’s farmers have told us existing agricultural programs can’t adequately address these climate-related challenges, especially as they become more […]

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U.S. livestock: CME live cattle see biggest daily rise in six months

January 27, 2015

Chicago | Reuters — Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle posted their biggest one-day percentage increase in six months on Tuesday, driven up over two per cent by bargain hunting, traders said. Speculative buying and short-covering helped boost nearby trading months to their three-cents-per-pound price limit, which will result in an […]

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U.S. grains: Soy falls as China cancels purchase, meal retreats

January 27, 2015

Chicago | Reuters -- Chicago Board of Trade soybean futures fell one per cent on Tuesday on technical selling and on signs of slowing export demand for U.S. supplies, traders said. Corn and wheat also declined. At the CBOT, March soybeans ended down 9-3/4 cents at $9.73-3/4 per bushel (all […]

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Grain handle up as CN books record freight in 2014

January 27, 2015

Canadian National Railway (CN) reported increased revenue from a higher grain and fertilizer handle as part of its “record full-year freight volumes” for fiscal 2014. The railway on Tuesday released fourth-quarter and 12-month results, booking substantially higher revenues and profit in 2014 over 2013. Montreal-based CN reported $844 million in […]

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