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USDA sees more U.S. corn, fewer soybean acres over next decade

USDA sees more U.S. corn, fewer soybean acres over next decade

CNS Canada – Farmers in the United States are expected to increase their corn seedings over the next decade while reducing soybean area, according to early baseline projections from the U.S. Department of Agriculture released Nov. 2. The complete USDA Agricultural Projections to 2028 report will be released in February. The projections are based on […] Read more


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Alberta harvest nearing completion

CNS Canada – Alberta farmers made significant harvest progress in late-October, with nearly 95 per cent of crops off the field as of Oct. 30, according to the final crop report of the season from Alberta Agriculture. On a crop-by-crop basis, spring wheat was 96.1 per cent harvested, durum 95.4 per cent, barley 95.6 per […] Read more

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Visible canola supplies building: CGC report

CNS Canada – Canadian canola stocks in the commercial pipeline increased for the fifth-straight week, according to the latest data from the Canadian Grain Commission, as solid post-harvest deliveries more than made up for the routine demand from exporters and the domestic crush sector. Farmers delivered 499,900 tonnes of canola during the week ended Oct. […] Read more








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ICE weekly outlook: Canola funds maintain net long position

CNS Canada – Speculators grew their net long positions in the ICE canola market slightly during the week ended Oct. 23, while commercial traders built their positions on the short side, according to the latest Commitment of Traders (CoT) report compiled by the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). Managed money and other reportable […] Read more