May 2018 Flax Prices Recap

Flax prices through the month of May saw a little bit of strength. More specifically, we saw a healthy amount of trades in Western Canada on the FarmLead Marketplace between $12.50 and $13 CAD/bushel (AKA new highs this year). Canadian Prairie elevator prices have been holding steady at $12 to $12.50 CAD per bushel, depending on the location.

Also covered for Flax GrainCents subscribers this month was:

And of course, we reported on the dry weather conditions across Western Canada.

Be sure to sign up for your free 3-week trial at GrainCents as this month could be the most impactful for how and when you price your flax for the rest of 2017/18 old crop, as well as a significant portion of your 2018/19 new crop production.

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Sarah Bader

Sarah Bader is a science communicator, dedicated to cutting through jargon and getting to the heart of the matter. A lifelong nerd, communications allows Sarah to share her love of science and tech with a wider audience. Sarah has a BA in Communications and Sociology from the University of Ottawa.

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