Prices for barley rose $5-10/T in Manitoba and Alberta as harvest pressure subsided and more cattle came onto feed, but remained unchanged in Saskatchewan.
Alberta feed wheat prices rose by $12/T in light of brisk demand but declined by that amount in Saskatchewan where supplies remained plentiful relative to demand.
Corn and corn DDGS prices remained stable across the Prairies. Soybean meal prices also remained unchanged while canola meal prices fell by $15-20/T in Alberta and Manitoba.
Feed peas traded in Alberta in the $250-255/T range while faba beans in Manitoba were $260/T and $240/T in Saskatchewan.
Source : Albertapulse