Mike Jubinville is the editor of Pro Farmer Canada based out of Winnipeg. Mike formerly was employed as a cash merchant with what was then United Grain Growers. Mike also worked as an analyst with Manitoba Pool Elevators and market reporter with Resource News International and DowJones newswires out of Winnipeg and Chicago. He started Pro Farmer Canada in 1997 to provide independent market analysis and commentary for Prairie farmers. Click here to email Mike.
Canola stocks were record-high.
Very dry conditions in southern parts of the Prairies played a role in the production expectations reported for selected crops.
Details of this morning's Stats Canada grain stocks report.
First estimates of 2017 Canadian crop acreage suggested farmers plan to plant record canola and soybean acreage this spring.
Statistics Canada issued their Grain Stocks Report as of Dec. 31, 2015, showing total stocks of wheat, canola and lentils down compared to year-ago. Conversely, total stocks of corn for grain, barley, soybeans and flaxse
Canadian farmers intend to plant more barley and corn for grain in 2016 than in 2015, but smaller areas of wheat, canola, soybeans and oats, according to Statistics Canada's March Farm Survey. The survey, which colle
As of March 31, Statistics Canada reports total stocks of Canadian wheat, canola and soybeans were lower compared with the same date in 2015. Meanwhile, total stocks of corn for grain, barley and oats increased year over
Statistics Canada issued its revised 2016 Canadian crop acreage data less than an hour ago. As expected the report revealed canola and lentil acres are up versus the April report, while wheat was lowered. No real game-ch