NEWS
Tue Dec 4, 2012 08:15 AM CST

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Dow Jones) -- The jury is still out on whether the final Canadian production survey of 2012 will reveal smaller or larger canola supplies than the early-October report, based on feedback from the industry.

The report, scheduled to be released Wednesday by Statistics Canada, will finalize Canada's 2012 grain and oilseed production. The main focus of the report likely will be canola, with wheat and barley taking on a secondary importance, Ken Ball, a broker with PI Financial Group in Winnipeg, said.

He acknowledged that despite canola supplies in Canada being larger or smaller, demand for the commodity ...

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