By Michael Hogan, Reuters News HAMBURG - Germany's wheat and rapeseed harvests are expected to increase in 2021 as rain helped crops recover from a hot, dry start to the summer, the association of German farmers said. As well as being the...
The scorching heat baking large swaths of Western Canada and the United States is pushing up prices for spring wheat and canola to record highs, as hot and dry conditions are likely to hurt the harvests of both, making...
Seasonal price patterns are one factor to consider when developing a marketing plan and analyzing a market. ‘Many factors influence commodity prices,’ says Neil Blue, provincial crops market analyst with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry. ‘The main price determining factors for...
Farmers Edge Inc. (TSX: FDGE), a Winnipeg-based pure-play digital agriculture company, is pleased to offer Canada's first Canola Heat Blast Yield Protection to its customers. This innovative digital product will help Canadian farmers protect the substantial investment in their...
Crop year-end canola stocks are setting up to be the smallest in years. ‘Producers with unpriced canola remaining after the 2020 harvest have been delighted and amazed by the price increase since harvest,’ says Neil Blue, provincial crop market analyst...
Cargill today announced plans to break ground on a new canola processing facility in Regina, Saskatchewan, to support the growing global demand for canola products. The company expects to begin construction on the $350 million project, which will...
At the Canola Council of Canada's (CCC) annual general meeting held virtually this morning, president Jim Everson presented the 2020 annual report: Resilient. Responsive. Ready. Everson reviewed how the industry responded to immediate issues of a highly unusual year...
The cost of canola seed has increased significantly over the past few years. ‘Based on the average yearly price, a farmer seeding canola at 5 pounds per acre will incur a per acre seed cost of $63 to $71 depending...
Source: Capital Press New and experienced canola growers can expect an “insatiable” market in the next decade, said Karen Sowers, executive director of the Pacific Northwest Canola Association. “It was already an attractive crop, especially compared to other commodities right now,”...
The Canola Council of Canada (CCC) sees potential in the federal government's proposed rules for the Clean Fuel Standard (CFS) released late last week. The CCC is pleased to see the CFS provides options for Canadian farmers' growing practices...
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