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Nov 24, 2020 | 15:56 31 I don't know. Just good to see an up day right in here. No big moves expected. Reply With Quote
Nov 25, 2020 | 14:04 32 Will be interesting tender

http://www.gasc.gov.eg/wheat%20bids_en.htm Reply With Quote
Nov 25, 2020 | 14:26 33 Definately getting screwed by the grain cos. Reply With Quote
SASKFARMER's Avatar Nov 25, 2020 | 14:31 34 Egypt looking for wheat today on the down day Reply With Quote
Nov 26, 2020 | 09:02 35 Seems a lot of "profit taking" selling going on, before the holiday, even though ratings are dropping.

KC Wheat commentary,

https://www.barchart.com/story/futur...e-the-7-handle Reply With Quote
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  • Nov 27, 2020 | 07:11 36 Saw a report that said feed wheat sold for $6.90 picked up in southwest Manitoba. Not just one load either.

    What an insult to milling wheat prices. Reply With Quote
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  • Nov 27, 2020 | 07:34 37 Yesterday's prices here.

    Elevator A $6.50 1RS 13.5
    Elevator B $6.63 1RS 13.5
    Feed mill $6.85

    Guess the pigs will eat beautiful red wheat. Reply With Quote
    Nov 27, 2020 | 07:44 38
    Quote Originally Posted by farmaholic View Post
    Saw a report that said feed wheat sold for $6.90 picked up in southwest Manitoba. Not just one load either.

    What an insult to milling wheat prices.
    Quit your complaining. ...next thing you will ask for vaseline. ..

    Sarcasm... Reply With Quote
    Nov 27, 2020 | 08:42 39
    Quote Originally Posted by zeefarmer View Post
    Yesterday's prices here.

    Elevator A $6.50 1RS 13.5
    Elevator B $6.63 1RS 13.5
    Feed mill $6.85

    Guess the pigs will eat beautiful red wheat.
    These quotes and others posted here;

    Are these small examples of grainco price fixing?? Showing that "feed outlets" are not part of the "fix", the "group", the "cabal" of families??? Their feed offers are open market.

    At any point, can wheat being fed to animals be worth more, than the same wheat being fed to humans???

    Is that what it's going to take to raise the price of human fed wheat???

    Really need to cheering on the corn rally, the higher the corn = more wheat fed, even if it's #1 14.5pro

    I don't care how it's used or, who or what it's fed too, including ethanol. Reply With Quote
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  • Partners's Avatar Nov 27, 2020 | 08:55 40 So should we grow Pasteur wheat that yielded 90 b/a last yr?
    A feed variety.. Reply With Quote

  • Nov 27, 2020 | 09:02 41 I would dump it at a financially solid feedmill at the drop of a hat.
    Look at the port asking prices and then your farmgate price. Is that a reasonable basis?
    Remember, rail and inland elevator consolidation should have lowered costs. Reply With Quote
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  • Nov 27, 2020 | 09:20 42 Are farm gate prices are being set by what GrainCos sold the grain for or what they buy it for.

    I think I know the answer. Reply With Quote
    Nov 27, 2020 | 09:40 43
    Quote Originally Posted by farmaholic View Post
    I would dump it at a financially solid feedmill at the drop of a hat.
    Look at the port asking prices and then your farmgate price. Is that a reasonable basis?
    Remember, rail and inland elevator consolidation should have lowered costs.
    It did. But who's to say that they would share the saving? Reply With Quote
    Nov 27, 2020 | 13:48 44
    Quote Originally Posted by farmaholic View Post
    Are farm gate prices are being set by what GrainCos sold the grain for or what they buy it for.

    I think I know the answer.

    Geez man really seems like some days competition is non existent for you guys.

    Locally here one day. this week a feed mill i kid you not put a bid for peas $45 up on day before immediate 2 day delivery slot. $410 delivered a few other buyers same day had tonraise stakes to get peas was short livjed back to $365. Ps i dont grow peas.

    Wheat another day shipping short for a exporter prices up $6 ton$10.
    Farmers dont begrudge marketers grain co, feed mills etc making a profit.

    We need fliud active exports continually year round and 24/7 pricing opportunities
    Last edited by malleefarmer; Nov 27, 2020 at 13:52.
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    blackpowder's Avatar Nov 27, 2020 | 13:55 45 Don't read too much into the industry here from what you read on Agriville. Reply With Quote
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    LEP

  • Nov 27, 2020 | 14:28 46
    Quote Originally Posted by blackpowder View Post
    Don't read too much into the industry here from what you read on Agriville.
    Point taken.

    7 am better wander out. Cool today 35 c 90
    % chance of showers later Reply With Quote
    Nov 27, 2020 | 17:00 47
    Quote Originally Posted by blackpowder View Post
    Don't read too much into the industry here from what you read on Agriville.
    Hmmmm? Reply With Quote
    Nov 27, 2020 | 17:50 48 Mallee:

    Here is what distance to port is doing to prices of CWRS #1-13.5 the further inland you go, and I am in just about the worst place possible.
    Which I would like to state is no one's fault before skmeone bites off my head and shits down my throat.

    Closest to me and going west to the mountain's.
    Not exactly sure which oligopoly rail line serves which delivery points for sure.

    All Jan prices All the same GrainCo

    Balgonie, 6.46
    Moose jaw, 6.52
    Swift Current, 6.68
    Gull Lake, 6.75
    Brooks, 6.89
    Crossfield 7.03

    "Specials" of 7.25 at Brooks and Crossfield

    So we wait in the interior for the stuff closest to port to be scooped up first.
    And hope those "specials" reach us.
    They will pull grain from their highest margin areas first....and why shouldn't they? Reply With Quote
    Blaithin's Avatar Nov 27, 2020 | 17:59 49
    Quote Originally Posted by farmaholic View Post
    Mallee:

    Here is what distance to port is doing to prices of CWRS #1-13.5 the further inland you go, and I am in just about the worst place possible.
    Which I would like to state is no one's fault before skmeone bites off my head and shits down my throat.

    Closest to me and going west to the mountain's.
    Not exactly sure which oligopoly rail line serves which delivery points for sure.

    All Jan prices All the same GrainCo

    Balgonie, 6.46
    Moose jaw, 6.52
    Swift Current, 6.68
    Gull Lake, 6.75
    Brooks, 6.89
    Crossfield 7.03

    "Specials" of 7.25 at Brooks and Crossfield

    So we wait in the interior for the stuff closest to port to be scooped up first.
    And hope those "specials" reach us.
    They will pull grain from their highest margin areas first....and why shouldn't they?
    Crossfield V is seriously struggling. Staffing issues and new elevators popping up like daisies, plus a new track and site upgrades causing slowdowns at an elevator already renowned for lines... they need specials just to try and get grain.


    Also, this is applicable to all grain companies... if they have your 1,2 or 3 red in store and a feed mill or lot will pay more for it... they’ll also be selling it for feed. Just because they buy it as a 1 doesn’t mean it’ll go as a 1, just like because you grew a 1 doesn’t mean you’ll sell a 1. Reply With Quote
    Nov 27, 2020 | 18:03 50 Reply With Quote
    Nov 27, 2020 | 18:08 51 you got 50-60 cents up on us robert Reply With Quote
    Nov 27, 2020 | 18:28 52
    Quote Originally Posted by caseih View Post
    you got 50-60 cents up on us robert
    Same here , #1 13.5 pro was still not even $6.80 today locally.
    They know there is stocks of that yet , barley and canola not so much . Reply With Quote
    Nov 27, 2020 | 19:12 53 Robertbarlage.....

    G3 Colonsay?

    That is decent price for the middle of Saskatchewan. I should check out G3 at Pasqua by Moose Jaw.
    Last edited by farmaholic; Nov 27, 2020 at 19:57.
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    Nov 27, 2020 | 19:18 54
    Quote Originally Posted by Blaithin View Post
    Crossfield V is seriously struggling. Staffing issues and new elevators popping up like daisies, plus a new track and site upgrades causing slowdowns at an elevator already renowned for lines... they need specials just to try and get grain.


    Also, this is applicable to all grain companies... if they have your 1,2 or 3 red in store and a feed mill or lot will pay more for it... they’ll also be selling it for feed. Just because they buy it as a 1 doesn’t mean it’ll go as a 1, just like because you grew a 1 doesn’t mean you’ll sell a 1.
    Blaithin you probably know what changed at Viterra Crossfield about a year ago and why things have changed, I’ll be polite and not say.

    Did you work there at one time?
    Last edited by jwab; Nov 27, 2020 at 19:20.
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    Blaithin's Avatar Nov 27, 2020 | 19:22 55
    Quote Originally Posted by jwab View Post
    Blaithin you probably know what changed at Viterra Crossfield about a year ago and why things have changed, I’ll be polite and not say.

    Did you work there at one time?
    If anyone delivered to Moose Jaw then they’ll know what happened to Crossfield Lol

    Yes, I left just over a year ago Reply With Quote
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  • Nov 27, 2020 | 19:28 56
    Quote Originally Posted by Blaithin View Post
    If anyone delivered to Moose Jaw then they’ll know what happened to Crossfield Lol

    Yes, I left just over a year ago
    V - MooseJaw? Reply With Quote
    Blaithin's Avatar Nov 27, 2020 | 19:33 57
    Quote Originally Posted by farmaholic View Post
    V - MooseJaw?
    Yeah. Reply With Quote
    Nov 27, 2020 | 20:28 58 Yes it was Reply With Quote
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  • Nov 28, 2020 | 07:31 59 Around here feed barley is roughly $5.60 at the bin right now, that translates to $7.00 a bushel for feed wheat. Definitely better to sell CPS into the feed market at present. Most grain companies still higher for #1 13.5 hard red. Reply With Quote
    Nov 28, 2020 | 08:42 60
    Quote Originally Posted by Blaithin View Post
    If anyone delivered to Moose Jaw then they’ll know what happened to Crossfield Lol

    Yes, I left just over a year ago
    Let me guess, the star employee left and took her chickens with her at that time? Been all downhill since then? Reply With Quote
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