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Nov 9, 2017 | 19:13 1 Thoughts on WASDE numbers for Australia. Beginning stocks & production each at least 1MMT too high, domestic consumption at least 1 too low. Will be doing well exporting 14+million t Reply With Quote
Nov 9, 2017 | 20:11 2 Are you referring to wheat? Reply With Quote
Nov 9, 2017 | 20:12 3 Mallee, What are you hearing about the size of the Australian red lentil crop. I understand Abares says 540,000 MT but was told 700,000 by another guy who has some knowledge of that crop size. Reply With Quote
Nov 10, 2017 | 05:42 4 I heard it was 1,000,000. Just for you Dave Reply With Quote
Nov 10, 2017 | 06:18 5 entil farmers

Posted Nov. 7th, 2017 by CNS Canada
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By Dave Sims, Commodity News Service Canada

Winnipeg, November 7 (CNS) – Agriculture experts in Pakistan have told farmers in the country they should start seeding lentils immediately. A spokesman for the country’s agriculture department says producers should complete the work by November 15 in order to maximize yields. The advice comes just as the Pakistani government informed its national assembly that the country is facing a water crisis. Some estimates say there could be a 20 percent water shortage during the Rabi season.
A deadly frost in southeastern Australia is expected to damage pulse yields. A report from Stockjournal.com says the losses could run up to 30 percent in pulse crops across the Wimmera Plains. Lentils and chickpeas are expected to be the worst hit. The frost was recorded on November 3.
Increased demand from domestic retailers has hiked pulse prices in central and northern India. Restrictions in arrivals from certain producing belts of the country was a contributing factor to the spike in demand, according to Reply With Quote
Nov 10, 2017 | 09:02 6 Twitter says Australia Rup. area has lots of frost on lentils just as they are starting to think about desiccation (-1 to -4 C)

If it were in Canada with that timing the quality would suffer ... and Reply With Quote
Nov 10, 2017 | 09:55 7
Quote Originally Posted by the big wheel View Post
I heard it was 1,000,000. Just for you Dave
Most of my career it has been 250-350,000 MT. Last year it was expected to be at 400,000 MT and they grew 800,000 plus and exported 859,000 MT. At this time they expect 540,000 but i was told 700,000 is more likely. That size of crop will require more then some dryness in regions of pakistan and India. Reply With Quote
Nov 10, 2017 | 14:35 8 Reply With Quote
Nov 10, 2017 | 14:35 9 Wheat Reply With Quote
Nov 10, 2017 | 15:25 10
Quote Originally Posted by malleefarmer View Post
Wheat
Should shake out as being bullish eventually than.

What class of wheat do u grow?
What are your protein levels, discounts, premiums, etc? Reply With Quote