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Ag Canada Adjusts Forecasts
Wed Jul 17, 2013 04:15 PM CDT

WINNIPEG (Dow Jones) -- Ending stocks of the major grain and oilseed crops in Canada for the upcoming 2013-14 (August-July) crop are forecast to be a little tighter than early projections, but still well above the 2012-13 level, according to updated estimates from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada released Wednesday.

Ending stocks of the eight major grains and oilseeds in 2013-14 were pegged by the government agency at 10.485 million metric tons, down slightly from the June forecast of 10.885 million. For the current crop year, ending stocks were pegged at 8.405 million tons.

The eight major grains and oilseeds include ...

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