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U.S. livestock: Weather, cash prices rally CME live cattle

January 22, 2018

Chicago | Reuters — Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures turned higher on Monday, spurred by last Friday’s strong cash prices and the start this week of another round of wintry weather in parts of the northern U.S. Plains, traders said. February live cattle finished 1.65 cents/lb. at 123.55 cents […]

Warmer spell pulls back slightly

January 22, 2018

The Prairies remained in a relatively warm range over the weekend; highs Sunday climbed to 4 C around Calgary, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Brooks, -1 C around Regina, Yorkton, Weyburn and Boissevain, -5 C around Steinbach, Portage la Prairie, North Battleford, Humboldt and Rosetown, -6 C around Edmonton and Peace […]

2017 was second or third warmest year, behind 2016 – U.N.

January 18, 2018

OSLO (Reuters) – Last year was the second or third warmest on record behind 2016, and the hottest without an extra dose of heat caused by an El Niño event in the Pacific Ocean, the United Nations said on Thursday. Average surface temperatures in 2017 were 1.1 degree Celsius (2.0 Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial times, creeping […] Read more

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Dryness threat not getting any better

January 11, 2018

Most prairie grain growers could be looking at a dry and early seeding season in 2018 unless conditions change dramatically over the next two to three months. Trevor Hadwen, an agro-climate expert with Agriculture Canada, says conditions across much of the West remain unusually dry. Agriculture Canada just released the latest version of its Canadian […] Read more

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Ag News

Guelph to host new agri-food accelerator

January 22, 2018

The University of Guelph has created a new organization to help launch agri-food ideas and innovations. Accelerator Guelph aims to provide business training, help create networks and provide a process to innovators in agriculture and food at the university. Why does it matter? Getting research and great ideas from university […]

Klassen: Feeder market continues to soften

January 22, 2018

Compared to last week, yearlings and heavier calves traded $6 to as much as $10 lower. Colder temperatures, along with lacklustre feedlot demand, set a negative tone early in the week. The downward spiral caused the market to be quite variable across the Prairies. It was not uncommon to see […]

Canola sees modest losses

January 22, 2018

  Winnipeg (CNS Canada) – The ICE Futures Canada canola complex finished with modest losses on the week’s opening session. The market underwent a slight correction downward in the wake of last week’s move higher. Recent strength in the Canadian dollar was bearish for values. “The spreads are pushing long canola, short soy,” said a […] Read more

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Stronger rouble helps push up Russian wheat export prices

January 22, 2018

MOSCOW – Russian wheat export prices rose last week on the back of a strengthening rouble and stormy weather in ports which complicated shipment, analysts said on Monday. Black Sea prices for Russian wheat with 12.5 percent protein content were at $193 a tonne on a free-on-board (FOB) basis at the end of last week, […] Read more

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American grain industry takes sides in last minute U.S. tax overhaul

January 22, 2018

CHICAGO – Republican U.S. senators are working with some of the world’s biggest agricultural merchants to undo a last-minute provision in the tax overhaul that threatens to distort the grains market and starve private firms of corn, soy and wheat supplies. It was included during final revisions of the tax bill that passed the Republican-controlled […] Read more

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