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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Tue Apr 29, 2014 05:16 PM CDT

The hard red winter market continues to be the driving force in the wheat market, with feedback from the HRW wheat tour in Kansas and Nebraska today indicating the challenges faced by this crop. Reports early today suggested an average yield of 38.2 bushels per acre in the region of northern Kansas and southern Nebraska covered today, as compared to the average of 43.8 bpa estimated for the region this time last year. HRW wheat for July delivery rose 16 cents/bushel today as compared to the move of 7 3/4 cents for spring wheat.

The move in HRW wheat resulted ...

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