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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Mon Mar 24, 2014 04:41 PM CDT

With the crop year 61.5% complete as of the end of week 32 (March 16), Canadian Grain Commission's Grain Statistics Weekly points out what commodities are most affected in the current environment where shipping is limited, a situation influencing both export and domestic movement of grains.

Of the grains studies, durum movement is reflecting the best chance of meeting the existing Agriculture and Agri-Food forecast for disappearance for the crop year. Current disappearance, which includes exports of 2.699 million metric tonnes, and domestic use of 466,000 metric tonnes, is reported at 58.9% of the annual forecast, with 38.5% of the ...

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