Grain markets had a mixed week as the complex tried to decide what’s more important: winter weather messing up harvest progress, the possibility of a China-U.S. trade deal, and wheat production concerns. The down week for corn and soybeans was likely a result of physical buyers putting in hedges ahead of the weekend, one that’s… Read More

As the calendar creeps towards September, pulse harvest is just beginning to get underway in Western Canada. Fall is also usually a pretty busy selling and shipping season for the export-dependent crops, but as Chuck Penner, with Leftfield Commodity Research, explains, trade uncertainty and less-than-stellar prices are dragging on the busy harvest season. RealAgriculture field… Read More