Farmers began harvesting their winter wheat on Monday in Essex County about week later than expected and it looks like that late start will apply to farmers in other parts of Ontario too.
It’s a long ways to harvest and far too soon to know what effect a larger than anticipated wheat crop in the United States will eventually have on prices, says the general manager of the Ontario Wheat Producers’ Marketing Board.
Corn grain stocks in Ontario and Quebec hit a record high by the close of last year, Statistics Canada reports.
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