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Weather radar services returning to Sask.

February 22, 2018

Saskatchewan’s two weather radars will soon be operational again after being decommissioned for repairs and improvements. The Bethune radar experienced a major radome failure after a windstorm swept through the area in October. The radome is the large white spherical housing protecting the radar equipment inside. It was dented from flying debris, and damage to […] Read more

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Colder range continues

February 22, 2018

Temperatures on the Prairies remained largely parked in a relatively cool range Wednesday as highs touched -6 C around Edmonton, Grande Prairie and Dawson Creek, -10 C around Calgary, Winnipeg, Red Deer and Lloydminster, -13 C around Saskatoon, Regina, Brandon, Weyburn and North Battleford, -14 C around Medicine Hat, Brooks […]

Critical time for U.S. wheat as drought threatens

February 16, 2018

Farmers in Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and Texas are hoping for relief this week from persistent drought conditions that threaten yields in many of the United States’ most productive winter wheat growing areas. Sources at the U.S. Department of Agriculture say lack of rainfall since late October along with extremely low topsoil moisture conditions are heightening […] Read more

The post Critical time for U.S. wheat as drought threatens appeared first on The Western Producer.

Concerns mount about grain flow

February 15, 2018

Frigid winter temperatures on the Prairies combined with rain-related loading delays on the West Coast are contributing to growing vessel lineups at Canada’s busiest marine port. As of early February, the number of ships waiting to be loaded with grain at the Port of Vancouver was around 30, according to Canada’s Grain Monitoring Program (GMP). […] Read more

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Farmers Edge to use data to edge into insurance sector

February 13, 2018

Farmers Edge has signed a four-year agreement with global reinsurance company PartnerRe to bring precision farming technology together with ag insurance. Under the agreement announced this week, the two companies plan to work together to develop new insurance products for the agricultural market. While Canadian farmers have access to government-run, […]

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Alberta halts ban on B.C. wine

February 23, 2018

Alberta will resume imports of wine from British Columbia starting Friday, as the B.C. government prepares to take its concerns over piping crude oil to court. In a brief statement Thursday, Alberta’s Premier Rachel Notley said the province has suspended its ban on B.C. wine and will again allow “ordering, […]

Southern Ontario median farmland price jumps in 2017

February 22, 2018

The threat of interest rate increases hasn’t dampened the prices southern Ontario farmers are paying for land. The annual Valco study of land values showed an increase in value of 9.76 per cent for farmland sold in 2017 over 2016. This increase is the largest since 2013. The median price […]


Canola firms despite worries over carryout

February 22, 2018

Winnipeg (CNS Canada) – The ICE Futures Canada canola complex finished higher on Thursday, despite growing fears that this year’s carryout could get much larger. “We might end up being under last year’s number for exports,” said a trader in Winnipeg. “That means our carryout could balloon to 2.5 million tonnes pretty easily.” He adds […] Read more

The post Canola firms despite worries over carryout appeared first on The Western Producer.


IGC sees drawdown in wheat, corn stocks in 2018/19

February 22, 2018

  LONDON (Reuters) – The global wheat market is expected to see the first drawdown in stocks in six seasons in 2018/19 with production forecast to fall, the International Grains Council said on Thursday. “In 2018/19, reductions in both area and average yields may see the global wheat harvest recede and stocks are predicted to […] Read more

The post IGC sees drawdown in wheat, corn stocks in 2018/19 appeared first on The Western Producer.

Brazil’s Parana soy harvest, corn seeding way behind last year

February 22, 2018

SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Soybean harvesting and planting of the main corn crop in Brazil’s second-largest producer of grains is far behind what occurred last year, as excessive rains delay field work, Paraná’s research body, Deral, said on Thursday. The state, which together with Mato Grosso makes up the bulk of Brazil’s soy and corn […] Read more

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