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Cereals Canada President Says Quality A Concern For New Crop Missions

Cereals Canada President Cam Dahl says this year's new crop missions are going to be a challenge.
 
The trips are an opportunity for Canada to promote its wheat crop.
 
Dahl commented on the quality of this year's crop.
 
"It is a tale of multiple harvests, it's not even just two harvests," he said. "In Manitoba, we did see some of the wheat crop come off early and in good conditions. That wasn't reflected across all of the Prairies and we saw significant snow and rain. As a result, we will see limited availability of the number one grades. There are going to be concerns about falling number and weathering."
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