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Feed Pea Benchmark

Prices on wheat softened in Saskatchewan and Alberta, while barley prices softened in Manitoba.
Barley prices remained unchanged except in Manitoba where prices decreased $5-10/T.
Corn remained unchanged across the Prairies but corn DDGS increased sharply in Manitoba due to continued elevated protein prices.
Soybean meal and canola meal remained largely unchanged across the Prairies over the past two weeks.
Feed grade peas and lentils continue to be very scarce and any pulse products used in feeds are now faba beans. Manitoba pricing on faba beans  ranges from $285-290/T, with a trading range of $260-270/T in Alberta and Saskatchewan. 
Source : Albertapulse

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