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Ag Canada Provides Estimates
Wed Oct 16, 2013 05:26 PM CDT

WINNIPEG (Dow Jones) -- Ending stocks estimates for Canada's major grain and oilseed crops for 2013/14 (Aug/Jul) will likely be larger than earlier forecasts, according to updated supply/demand tables from the market analysis division of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada released Wednesday. The updated supply/demand tables take into account production survey data released by Statistics Canada over the past month.

Total ending stocks for the major grains and oilseeds are expected to total 14.765 million metric tonnes for 2013/14, up from the September estimate of 11.670 million and 8.821 million for 2012/13.

The biggest increases were in wheat and canola ending ...

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