Overall the wheat harvest in Ontario has gone well. Some areas have experienced lower than ideal yields but the quality has been very good. With corn and soybeans showing strength the concern or opportunity for Ontario wheat growers is quite interesting. What impact will one million wheat acres have on price? Will the high levels of wheat quality force high qulaity wheat onto the feed market? Will the late soybean crop in Ontario push acres lower to a more traditional eight hundred thousand acres?

Dana Omland is the Grain Merchandising Manager at Palmerston Grain and does a great job breaking down the Ontario wheat market in this weeks episode of the Wheat School.

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