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SASKFARMER's Avatar Dec 6, 2019 | 10:10 1 So stats canada comes out with lower canola by 2 mill ton and lower wheat durum down but barley up.

So is the bull shit yield from last year finally working it out.

Just asking


How much will be lost this year? Reply With Quote
Dec 6, 2019 | 11:05 2
Quote Originally Posted by SASKFARMER View Post
So stats canada comes out with lower canola by 2 mill ton and lower wheat durum down but barley up.

So is the bull shit yield from last year finally working it out.

Just asking


How much will be lost this year?
They showed significant drop in pea and lentil production over prior estimates. Should support the rally in red lentil markets. Reply With Quote
SASKFARMER's Avatar Dec 6, 2019 | 11:23 3 Your correct red lentils are moving on up. Reply With Quote
Dec 6, 2019 | 11:30 4
Quote Originally Posted by dave4441 View Post
They showed significant drop in pea and lentil production over prior estimates. Should support the rally in red lentil markets.
Should have been reported 3 months ago.....rather than allowing processors to do their own math from farmer''s info....

We supply data on a weekly basis throughout the growing season and statscan and industry hide in the dark....

The whole industry is skewed to phuck farmers....you are included in that brush stroke. ... Reply With Quote
SASKFARMER's Avatar Dec 6, 2019 | 11:37 5 I agree this bull shit was known a couple months back yet slow stats canada to let all the middle men set the farmers up for a shake down.

Ah **** up at its greatest Reply With Quote
Dec 6, 2019 | 12:29 6 Dave4441 are you going to go back to being a grain buyer? Reply With Quote
SASKFARMER's Avatar Dec 6, 2019 | 15:36 7 Watch the companies increase the spread on discounts so you still end up with shit price.

Oh phone foamlake and see when you could deliver poor canola I bet it’s end of March as of today. Reply With Quote
Dec 6, 2019 | 15:41 8
Quote Originally Posted by TASFarms View Post
Dave4441 are you going to go back to being a grain buyer?
Yes, bought a bunch of stuff last week out Kindersley area. Not trying to turn this into an advertisement. Reply With Quote
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  • Dec 6, 2019 | 15:46 9 I think Stats Can was slow reporting because they were trying to call me 3 times a ****ing day. Reply With Quote
    Dec 6, 2019 | 16:10 10
    Quote Originally Posted by bucket View Post
    Should have been reported 3 months ago.....rather than allowing processors to do their own math from farmer''s info....

    We supply data on a weekly basis throughout the growing season and statscan and industry hide in the dark....

    The whole industry is skewed to phuck farmers....you are included in that brush stroke. ...
    Thank you. I appreciate that you find yourself with so much knowledge and understanding of the grain industry and markets. Still waiting on someone to explain why yellow peas were first shipped to China. Reply With Quote
    Dec 6, 2019 | 17:11 11 Pulse canada nor sask pulse are not grain buyers so I don't know where or why this an issue...

    When the trade starts providing as much free info as farmers then I will shut up....

    Start talking about your forward sales or reporting them ....

    Where is saskpulse and pulse canada on the trade file for the last 3 years....Oh yeah...thats an international trade issue that requires government involvement....
    Last edited by bucket; Dec 6, 2019 at 18:07.
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    Dec 6, 2019 | 19:44 12 Bucket, what information are you lacking? How could you get more transparency? Every company has a website for you to scan every day. Of course all Special crop marketing companies need to make a margin otherwise they won’t be in business. There’s no magic. The speculators get cleaned out pretty quick. Reply With Quote
    Dec 6, 2019 | 20:00 13
    Quote Originally Posted by sumdumguy View Post
    Bucket, what information are you lacking? How could you get more transparency? Every company has a website for you to scan every day. Of course all Special crop marketing companies need to make a margin otherwise they won’t be in business. There’s no magic. The speculators get cleaned out pretty quick.
    Much like the US ...sales have to be reported at the end of the week and large sales at the end of the day...

    So if Dave4441 makes a sale of 10000 tonnes and Viterra makes sales of 100000 tonnes to unknown destinations its reported at the end of the week or day....and in what time period...

    Every day on the radio you will hear that X number of tonnes were sold to unknown destination or china and in which time period...that is US info on canadian radio...nothing about canadian sales ... Reply With Quote
    fjlip's Avatar Dec 6, 2019 | 20:47 14
    Quote Originally Posted by SASKFARMER View Post
    Watch the companies increase the spread on discounts so you still end up with shit price.

    Oh phone foamlake and see when you could deliver poor canola I bet it’s end of March as of today.
    I heard at elevator today, Milligan booked solid till end of April with heated canola. whatever Statscan says , does that include still in field crops and do we minus the 10-20% heated? Reply With Quote
    Dec 6, 2019 | 22:29 15
    Quote Originally Posted by fjlip View Post
    I heard at elevator today, Milligan booked solid till end of April with heated canola. whatever Statscan says , does that include still in field crops and do we minus the 10-20% heated?
    Are these guys back in business? Reply With Quote
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  • SASKFARMER's Avatar Dec 7, 2019 | 07:28 16 New Owner and yes booked till April. They get 8 to 10 calls a day about heated canola.

    Harvest from hell continues. Reply With Quote
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  • farmaholic's Avatar Dec 7, 2019 | 07:34 17 I wonder how much Input Capital streamed canola is still in the feild? Reply With Quote
    Dec 7, 2019 | 08:58 18
    Quote Originally Posted by farmaholic View Post
    I wonder how much Input Capital streamed canola is still in the feild?
    Won't matter to input capital....they will have the land.... Reply With Quote
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  • Dec 7, 2019 | 09:26 19
    Quote Originally Posted by fjlip View Post
    I heard at elevator today, Milligan booked solid till end of April with heated canola. whatever Statscan says , does that include still in field crops and do we minus the 10-20% heated?
    With the amount of poor grade canola available,Milligan will only use a fraction of it. Does anyone know how much they use in a day? They wouldn’t take canola that is too far gone as the oil content is really reduced,I would think.I wasn’t sure that they were in business yet. Good there is an outlet for some of it anyways. Reply With Quote
    SASKFARMER's Avatar Dec 8, 2019 | 07:19 20 Again Milligan is bankrupt we are one of the ones who they owed money. I am not getting one penny from them as the letter stated the banks are owed way more than it was worth.

    The buildings and land were sold to a foam lake guy with a nice toy that flys and it is now back crushing. Reply With Quote
    Dec 8, 2019 | 07:38 21
    Quote Originally Posted by SASKFARMER View Post
    Again Milligan is bankrupt we are one of the ones who they owed money. I am not getting one penny from them as the letter stated the banks are owed way more than it was worth.

    The buildings and land were sold to a foam lake guy with a nice toy that flys and it is now back crushing.
    I wonder how much of his big chunk of canola left out will run thru this plant? Reply With Quote
    farmaholic's Avatar Dec 8, 2019 | 08:03 22
    Quote Originally Posted by bucket View Post
    Won't matter to input capital....they will have the land....
    Mission accomplished? Reply With Quote
    Dec 8, 2019 | 08:45 23
    Quote Originally Posted by AC man View Post
    With the amount of poor grade canola available,Milligan will only use a fraction of it. Does anyone know how much they use in a day? They wouldn’t take canola that is too far gone as the oil content is really reduced,I would think.I wasn’t sure that they were in business yet. Good there is an outlet for some of it anyways.
    What do you mean by poor grade canola?
    Do you mean high green count or heated? Reply With Quote
    Dec 8, 2019 | 09:06 24 Milligan should be like federated....low cost feedstock and good money for output....

    They should be a money printing press.... Reply With Quote
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  • Dec 8, 2019 | 17:51 25
    Quote Originally Posted by Oliver88 View Post
    What do you mean by poor grade canola?
    Do you mean high green count or heated?
    Canola that is too poor to market any where else sample or heated. Reply With Quote
    Dec 8, 2019 | 18:05 26
    Quote Originally Posted by AC man View Post
    Canola that is too poor to market any where else sample or heated.
    Ok, I have found crushers will take heated canola usually if it’s under 10%. I’m not sure how high Milligan takes it but I’m assuming they almost take anything but the price might not be the best?

    Saskfarmer might know? Reply With Quote
    Dec 8, 2019 | 19:05 27
    Quote Originally Posted by Oliver88 View Post
    Ok, I have found crushers will take heated canola usually if it’s under 10%. I’m not sure how high Milligan takes it but I’m assuming they almost take anything but the price might not be the best?

    Saskfarmer might know?
    Cargill won’t take any heated canola in Clavet, Bunge in Nipawin will take some heated. Reply With Quote