Canada Markets Blog
Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Mon Jan 6, 2014 05:09 PM CST

Since week 11, Canadian pea exports have slowed drastically, with only one week of exports (week 18) coming close to the weekly volume required to meet the current target of 2.750 million metric tonnes as forecast by Agriculture and Agri Food Canada; this is shown on the attached chart where the weekly shipments (green bars) are falling short of the weekly volume required as indicated by the sideways trending blue line.

While the cumulative volume shipped (red line) was above the pace needed to meet the annual forecast for a number of weeks earlier in the crop year (upward-sloping black ...

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