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Peas seen gaining strength in second half of export year

November 27, 2014

CNS Canada — Prices for Canadian green and yellow peas stand to increase as the 2014-15 export year rolls along, in part due to weather damage from excess moisture as well as continued demand from Asia, according to an industry-watcher. “I’m more optimistic for yellow peas just because we can […]

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Prairie farmers reluctant to sell into canola cash market

November 27, 2014

CNS Canada -- Prairie farmers are reluctant to sell into canola cash markets, in turn supporting basis levels recently as buyers have to work to entice farmer selling. “I think farmers are patient; they are not selling this market when you see minor dips,” said Jerry Klassen, manager for Swiss-based […]

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Guenther: Indigenous ag summit cultivates global ambition

November 27, 2014

Elmer Eashappie is an idea man. And on his mind today is an agricultural summit connecting First Nations groups worldwide to network and learn, all under the umbrella of Canadian Western Agribition. And that idea is closer to reality than one may think. Eashappie, an Agribition board member, is chairman […]

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