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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Fri Mar 14, 2014 05:03 PM CDT

Despite a struggling export situation in Canada, edible greens and yellow pea bids have firmed since reaching a low in late January. There is some degree of skepticism that the Indian Rabi pulse crop will not achieve the production estimates as indicated by the Indian government, while recent adverse weather may also be impacting their production potential.

Price improvement on the Prairies is coming at a time when export data is somewhat disappointing. As of week 31 data from the Canadian Grain Commission, 1.1328 million metric tonnes of dry peas have been exported. While this is 4% higher than last ...

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