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February 19, 2019

Data and maps from weather stations across the Prairies are available to Glacier FarmMedia members at the WeatherFarm website, where you can also sign up for a daily forecast email for your area. On the go? Get the WeatherFarm mobile app, available for iPhone and Android devices. To learn more about the […]

Oh, snap

February 14, 2019

The Polar Vortex pays a visit The polar vortex is an area of cold air with low amospheric pressure in the Arctic. It exists year-round, its winds swirling counterclockwise and inward towards the North Pole. The polar vortex is constrained by the polar jet stream, a narrow, fast-flowing current of air in our upper atmosphere […] Read more

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Australian flooding hits cattle herds, fertilizer output

February 14, 2019

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s largest fertilizer maker and its biggest listed cattle farmer this week warned investors of sizeable losses stemming from floods that engulfed parts of Queensland state, as receding water began to reveal the scale of damage. Flooding rain raked the Queensland coast at Townsville last week, before sweeping inland and submerging vast […] Read more

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Feed weekly outlook: Markets steady amid cold Alberta weather

February 14, 2019

Excessively cold temperatures in Alberta may be causing headaches for both feed grain buyers and sellers, but prices remain relatively steady for what’s moving. The cold weather hasn’t really led to a significant increase in demand, but “it’s definitely made the farmer grumpy,” said Brandon Motz of CorNine Commodities in […]

Cover crops can affect winter temperatures

February 7, 2019

Cover crops have long been known to have ecological benefits, such as controlling runoff and erosion, weed control and increasing soil productivity. But research now suggests that they can also produce warming temperatures in winter, perhaps influencing regional climate change, especially in the northern United States and southern Canada. A new study by researchers at […] Read more

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Three crew die in CP grain train derailment

February 4, 2019

Toronto | Reuters — Three crew members died on Monday when a Canadian Pacific Railway grain train derailed in British Columbia, a Transportation Safety Board (TSB) spokesman said. The accident occurred when a train carrying 40 to 60 grain hopper cars derailed near Field, B.C., the TSB spokesman said. TSB […]

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Oversold market still fundamentally bearish

February 20, 2019

Winnipeg – ICE canola futures are starting to look oversold after falling contract lows during the week ended Feb. 20. While a short-term technical correction is possible, the underlying fundamentals remain bearish. “Canola might be a little bit short-term oversold,” said Ken Ball of PI Financial in Winnipeg. He said signs that exports were perking […] Read more

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Pulse weekly outlook: Little excitement in market

February 19, 2019

The pulse market has been largely quiet for the last couple of months, according to Adam Krieser of CanPulse Foods in Saskatoon, although rail shipments were curtailed due to weather and other issues including a fatal crash. Three Canadian Pacific Railway crew members were killed Feb. 4 when a grain […]


U.S. livestock: Cattle futures jump on snowstorm

February 19, 2019

Chicago | Reuters — U.S. cattle futures approached a one-year high on Tuesday on concerns that wintry weather in the middle of the country will temporarily tighten supplies. Snow in states such as Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa this week is expected to slow the transportation of cattle to processing plants […]


Feed markets steady amid cold Alberta weather

February 15, 2019

Winnipeg – Excessively cold temperatures in Alberta may be causing headaches for both feed grain buyers and sellers, but prices remain relatively steady for what is moving. The cold weather hasn’t really led to a significant increase in demand, but “it’s definitely made the farmer grumpy,” said Brandon Motz, of CorNine Commodities in Lacombe, Alta. […] Read more

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