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Not a aussie grain or Canadian grain to bee seen

Jan 10, 2019 | 03:42 1 No surpsise there for aust grain but though canada may have tendered. Eygpt

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SASKFARMER3's Avatar Jan 10, 2019 | 06:34 2 And this is why I say Canadians and Australians and Americans need to wake up. More Canadians and Australians because we can't eat all we produce.

We are getting our lunch handed to us by Russia and Ukraine because they don't have idiotic equipment regulations and costs and useless seed taxes and overpriced seed chem and fert.

Plus All the Cargils and Richardsons are scared shitless of dealing over their and screwing them because it's not a friendly place for business. Reply With Quote
Jan 10, 2019 | 06:48 3 After being absent from the Egypt market for 7 years some #2 CWRS went to Egypt this past October.
Usually freight and price keeps Canada out. There was a problem a few years ago with rejected shipments too. Had to be rerouted. Reply With Quote
Jan 10, 2019 | 07:17 4
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After being absent from the Egypt market for 7 years some #2 CWRS went to Egypt this past October.
Usually freight and price keeps Canada out. There was a problem a few years ago with rejected shipments too. Had to be rerouted.
Any idea where the 2.3MMT of vessels waiting to load grain at the west coast is going????? Reply With Quote
Jan 10, 2019 | 07:34 5
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Any idea where the 2.3MMT of vessels waiting to load grain at the west coast is going?????
On Jan 6 there were 18 vessels in Vancouver and 6 in PR.

2.3 MMT does not compute..... Reply With Quote
Jan 10, 2019 | 07:54 6
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On Jan 6 there were 18 vessels in Vancouver and 6 in PR.

2.3 MMT does not compute.....
OK....but there are many vessels at west coast totalling 2.3 MT waiting for grain....

Argue the fact all you want but .....why not tell the truth publicly for farmers.
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Jan 10, 2019 | 08:06 7
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OK....but there are many vessels at west coast totalling 2.3 MT waiting for grain....

Argue the fact all you want but .....why not tell the truth publicly for farmers.
The average size for grain shipped till the end of November was around 50,000 tonnes.
There are 24 ships in Van and PR as of Jan 6.

24 X 50,000=1,200,000 tonnes
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Jan 10, 2019 | 08:17 8
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The average size for grain shipped till the end of November was around 50,000 tonnes.
There are 24 ships in Van and PR as of Jan 6.

24 X 50,000=1,200,000 tonnes
We will agree to call my info fake news then...until about mid february or later when there is an issue....Rain has been delaying loadings....

More important question is why isn't this public info....vessel reports should be public...especially when the government can spend 300 million at the west coast port infrastructure.
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Jan 10, 2019 | 15:03 9
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We will agree to call my info fake news then...until about mid february or later when there is an issue....Rain has been delaying loadings....

More important question is why isn't this public info....vessel reports should be public...especially when the government can spend 300 million at the west coast port infrastructure.
Shipping data and quantity type and seller of the grain are public here and most parts of the world i thought.

Re freight are canadas markets limited to a degree because of this obviously south est asia.

Whats the worst spot for freight in canada manitoba or sask? Reply With Quote
Austranada's Avatar Jan 10, 2019 | 17:04 10 Phytosanitary certification much more easily obtained from Russia/Ukraine Reply With Quote