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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Wed Nov 27, 2013 03:37 PM CST

With next week's Dec. 4 production update from Statistics Canada just around the corner, there may be reason to believe that production in Western Canada will be increased from the September estimates released in early October.

The first reason to suspect this is that there is a long-term tendency towards conservative estimates found in the October report based on the September estimates. From a previous study found in this column, I've indicated that on average over the past five years, the final canola yield was 16.3% above the September yield estimate, while the dry pea yield was 12.6% over the ...

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