Thu Apr 24, 2014 10:19 AM CDT

Canadian 2014/15 Acreage Intentions: Prairie Provinces

Winnipeg (Dow Jones) -- As of March 31, 2014, in thousand acres. Source: Statistics Canada.


March Actual

2014 2013


Barley 435.0 450.0

Total dry beans 120.0 80.0

Canola 3,150.0 3,155.0

Corn for grain 300.0 380.0

Fodder corn 55.0 90.0

Flaxseed 120.0 85.0

Oats 420.0 450.0

Dry peas 60.0 60.0

Fall rye 55.0 70.0

Soybeans 1,300.0 1,050.0

Summerfallow 125.0 230.0

Sunflower seeds 125.0 70.0

All wheat 3,215.0 3,485.0

Spring wheat 2,780.0 2,885.0

Winter wheat 415.0 440.0


Barley 2,175.0 2,530.0

Canary seed 245.0 210.0

Canola 10,300.0 10,500.0

Chick peas ...

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