You should have seen the fish I caught

By August 28, 2019Newsletter
You should have seen the fish I caught and a bunch of other cool stuff, but I lost my phone . . . I’ll tell you how.
 
On August 11-16 we embarked on a guy’s quadding and fishing trip. This is an annual tradition that has been happening for a few years, mostly because the ladies do a ladies’ trip at the beginning of November every year and get all dolled up and have a great time for a few days. One day the guys said, “how come we aren’t going on a guy’s trip?” Last year we went Salmon fishing and this year it was this. I will say at the outset how grateful Amy and I are for our family as you see from her newsletter a couple of weeks ago, https://www.agfinity.com/newsletter/the-bond-of-cousins/. The kids and the ladies had a great time, but I want to show and tell you a little bit about our adventure. First, I have linked a couple of videos I uploaded to YouTube for you to get an idea of the journey in.

Redfern Lake is about 3 hours north of Dawson Creek along the Alaska Highway and another 80kms in by quad. This maybe doesn’t sound so bad, but when we’re loaded up with gear for five nights and we aren’t certified sport fisherman we figured it was a safe bet to bring lots of chow. On Sunday we woke up in Dawson Creek at 4:30a.m. and arrived at our camp at Redfern at 8:30p.m. It was a beautiful day, but a long one. Below is the lake on the first morning when we woke up and the reason we make the trek.

This is the third time that I’ve been to Redfern. The first time with Amy as a whole family before kids (Grandkids) and one other time on a guys’ trip. Because we had three side-by-sides and a quad we could afford not to bring trailers in. We still brought quite a bit of gear, hence the boat and the outboard motor, which was awesome. A trip like this does take a lot of planning and logistics. Luckily my father-in-law has been back in Redfern maybe 6-7 times with groups of people he knows the drill. It did take a few hours the day prior to fit everything in the machines and make sure nothing flew out on the trail as well.


One of the things that I learned how to do, well sort of learned how to do, on this trip was fly fish. Below is a picture of Jacob in the background and me fishing. Well, let’s be honest, Jacob’s fishing and I’m untangling my line. However, this is the spot where Jacob caught his first fish on a fly rod. It was awesome, it was right around when this picture was taken. I turned around and shot a video of Jacob catching the fish and realized that when I turned around my line got caught so I put my phone back in my pocket and got my line untangled. Later when Jacob came by to replenish his beer, I mentioned that I had gotten the whole thing on video, and went to reach for my phone . . .

Now a weird feeling happens when you lose something you hope it’s just somewhere else. Maybe I put my phone in my bag, or it fell into a shrub, but as Jacob, Cody and I start searching the next logical location comes to light. “Could you have dropped it in the river?” says Cody. I don’t really want to entertain that theory because I know exactly what comes next. So, when my father-in-law comes around the corner and sees me in the river thinking I’m noodling for fish he just shakes his head. Just a reminder that mountain lakes are fed by glaciers and they are made of ice, and ice is cold and then lakes feed into rivers. So, after a few attempts and differing theories we called time of death on my phone (even though it had a waterproof case and was on airplane mode it probably kept running for quite a few days when at the bottom or floating down the river).

When things like that happen, they really suck but, it gives you a chance to decide, do you let it wreck your day or possibly your trip or do you move on and say, “yeah, that sucks. I wish it hadn’t happened but its just a phone,” and move on. We made jokes about how I would go grab my phone to get that picture or how big the fish we caught is only on my camera and the video of me wresting a bear. That’s what comes with a guys’ trip. We have fun with each other and don’t let unfortunate events wreck the whole trip. We move on because at the end of the day we’re grateful for each other, for being in such an amazing place and the fact that our wives let us go.

Harvest is here and, as always, the big shocker is that this year hasn’t been perfect, in fact far from it. It’s crazy how diverse the concerns are across the prairies this year. Everything from too little moisture to way too much, hail, lodging, and now our old friend frost is wanting to make an appearance. Now don’t get me wrong, I totally know that damaged crops hold no comparison to a lost phone but that’s also the point isn’t it. What does the cost of something really need to be to get upset and wreck your day or your season and that of your friends and family? $1000 or $250,000? At the end of the day how we react doesn’t change the result, unfortunately. Here’s to having a great harvest! We are cheering for you and are here to help in any way we can to market your grain through this busy and challenging season. When things get tough or things get lost try to remember what you’re grateful for and have some fun at its expense, its good medicine.
Because Farming is Forever

Joseph Billett


Market Report – by Nelson Neumann

Barley: Harvest is well underway throughout the prairies except for where the fields are still underwater. With the beginning of the new crop year old crop barley premiums have all but evaporated. Throughout most of August we were able to secure quick movement prices for old crop, but those buyers are now receiving new crop. New crop bids have also slid with barley production coming in better than expected in a lot of areas. Delivered feedlot alley bids now heard around $210/MT (4.57/bushel) for fall delivery. This is down ~15/MT and the outlook continues to be bearish. As mentioned in my first sentence some production regions have not begun harvesting and an early frost could cause more barley intended for malt to enter the feed market. These lower prices are the new reality for the 2019/2020 crop year.

Peas: Unfortunately, the pea market is experiencing some serious pressure and remains quite soft. India importing peas remains a key factor for all the pulse markets. Picked up at the bin bids for fall delivery are seen sub $6.00 in most parts of the province. This summer had more hail then usual and may lead to a larger supply of feed peas.


Wheat: The global wheat complex has an excess of supply at the moment, grinding the wheat market lower. Similar to barley, any and all old crop premiums have disintegrated as buyers are now paying new crop levels. An early frost or continued harvest delays could lead to an influx of feed wheat into an already satiated market. Feed wheat bids are ranging from $5.70 in southern Alberta to $4.50 in the Peace.

Canola: The Canola markets are carrying the China crisis into the new crop year. Last week there were some premiums available for quick movement on old crop Canola, such opportunities when available are an excellent chance to sell as the market continues to drag its feet. One factor that isn’t helping is that there is significant holdover from last year. Below you can see the canola futures for last year courtesy of barchart.com. Canola currently seeing support at $442/MT.


Oats: Good old steady oats, while the rest of the markets are doomy and gloomy, oat pricing appears stable. In many areas #2 Milling oats are able to reach $3.00 at the bin, a key number for many producers. The feed oats market is still figuring itself out with bids around $2.50-$2.75 depending on quality. 


Buyer Brief – by Sandra Correia-Letendre

Harvest is underway! Combining has started in southern (Lethbridge south) and northern Alberta (MacKenzie County). It’s starting to be a buyer’s market now that supply has increased. Premiums for old crop have died. Old crop and new crop prices have amalgamated. New crop prices have also been going down slightly as harvest continues.
There are still a few feedlots that need a load or two for immediate movement due to their crops not being ready to harvest. For the most part buyers are not in dire need, therefore not willing to hit above market prices for grain. If anything, we have been getting calls the last few days with buyers lowering their new Crop bids.
There are still large areas that are not ready to harvest. This is due to wet conditions or not enough sun to mature the crops. This has made some sellers reluctant to market their grain until they see their yields. Sellers have also not been willing to lower their prices as they want to see where the market goes. As mentioned, buyers are currently content to pass if not buying at their bid.

Seller’s Tip: If you need bin space, you may want to sell even a few loads of your new crop to clear up some space. We are always ready to help. Call 1-888-969-5552.


Picked-Up La Crete Area Bids

Call Clayton or Erin, 1-888-969-5552, ext 1

– FEED BARLEY @ the bin:
NEW CROP:
Sept-Oct:  $3.30/ bushel
Nov-Dec: $3.35-3.40/ bushel
Jan-Mar: $3.45/ bushel
Apr-June: $3.50-3.55/ bushel

– FEED WHEAT @ the bin:
September: $4.30-4.40/ bushel

– #1/2 CPSR WHEAT:
September-October: Feed pricing currently stronger.

– 2CW OATS @ the bin (subject to sample):
September: $2.50/ bushel
*Higher pricing available for excellent colour.

– 3CW OATS @ the bin:
$0.10-0.25/bushel discount to 2cw bids.

 FEED OATS @ the bin:
September: $2.20-2.30/ bushel, depending on quality

– 2CW GREEN PEAS @ the bin:
Max 3% bleach:
September: $6.30

– 2CW YELLOW PEAS @ the bin
September: $5.15/ bushel picked-up

– FEED PEAS @ the bin
September: $5.00/ bushel

– 2CW FABAS @ the bin:
September: $6.53/ bushel

– FEED FABAS @ the bin
September: $6.00/ bushel

– CANOLA @ the bin (as of August 28th):
Based Max 2% Green!
September: $8.90-9.00/ bushel
*Give us a call to discuss placing a target, or email Clayton@agfinity.com with your legal land description for a price!

… Need a price for something else? Please email or give me a call!


Picked-Up Grande Prairie Area Bids
Call Clayton or Erin, 1-888-969-5552, ext 1

– FEED BARLEY @ the bin:
NEW CROP:
Sept-Oct:  $3.50-$3.60/ bushel
Nov-Dec: $3.60-3.70/ bushel
Jan-Mar: $3.80-$3.90/ bushel
Apr-June: $4.00/ bushel

– FEED WHEAT @ the bin:
September: $4.50/ bushel
… Good protein? Falling # 285-300 or better? We are seeing an additional $0.25/bu.

– #1/2 CPSR WHEAT:
September-October: Feed pricing currently stronger.

– 2CW OATS @ the bin (subject to sample):
September: $2.70/ bushel

– 3CW OATS @ the bin
$0.10-0.25/bushel discount to 2cw bids.
– FEED OATS @ the bin
September: $2.50/ bushel, depending on quality

– 2CW GREEN PEAS @ the bin:
Max 3% bleach:
September: $7.40/ bushel

– 2CW YELLOW PEAS @ the bin
September: $5.20/ bushel

– FEED PEAS @ the bin:
September: $5.00/ bushel

– 2CW FABA BEANS @ the bin
September: $6.60/ bushel

– FEED FABAS @ the bin
September: $5.90-6.00/ bushel

– CANOLA @ the bin (as of August 28th)
Based Max 2% Green!

September: $9.20/ bushel

Call clayton@Agfinity.com to discuss canola or email with your legal land description to get a price!

… Need a price for something else? Please email or give me a call!


Picked-Up Athabasca Area Bids

Call Clayton or Erin, 1-888-969-5552, ext 1

Feed Markets have been on decline, prices are subject to change

– FEED BARLEY @ the bin:
Sept-Oct: $3.75-3.90/ bushel
Nov-Dec: $4.00-$4.10/ bushel

– FEED WHEAT @ the bin:

Sept: $5.25/ bushel

– #1/2 CPSR WHEAT:

Feed Prices currently Better

#1/#2 HRS Wheat:
Early Sept: $6.20 /bu picked-up (13-13.5% protein)

– 2CW OATS @ the bin (subject to sample):

Old crop(first half Sept): $3.30/ bushel
September(new crop): $2.80-2.90/ bushel

– 3CW OATS @ the bin:
$0.10-0.25/bushel discount to 2cw bids.

– FEED OATS @ the bin:
Sept: $3.00-$3.05/ bushel depending on quality

– 2CW GREEN PEAS @ the bin:
Max 3% bleach:
Sept-Novemeber: $7.20-$7.40/ bushel

– 2CW YELLOW PEAS @ the bin
Sept-November: $5.60/ bushel

– FEED PEAS @ the bin
Sept: $5.20/ bushel

– 2CW FABAS @ the bin
Sept-Novemeber: $7.13/ bushel

– FEED FABAS @ the bin:
Sept: $6.25-6.40/ bushel

– #1 CANOLA @ the bin (as of August 20th )

September: $9.20/ bushel

*Give us a call to discuss placing a target, or email Clayton@Agfinity.com or Erin@Agfinity.com with your legal land description for a price!

… Need a price for something else? Please email or give Clayton@Agfinity.com or Erin@Agfinity.com or give us a call!


Picked-Up St. Paul Area Bids

Call Nelson, 1-888-969-5552, ext 3

– FEED BARLEY @ the bin:
September-October: $3.65-$3.70
November-December: $3.70-$3.75/bushel

– FEED WHEAT @ the bin:
September-October: $5.00-$5.15

– 2CW OATS @ the bin (subject to sample):
September-October: $2.85
November-December: $2.95-$3.00

– 3CW OATS @ the bin:
$0.10-0.25/bushel discount to #2CW bids.

– FEED OATS
@ the bin:
September-October: $2.50-$2.65/ bushel depending on quality.

– GREEN PEAS @ the bin:
September-October: $7.00/bu picked up
3% bleached or less – call for higher bleached.

– YELLOW PEAS @ the bin
September-October: $5.85.bushel
November-December: $5.95

– FEED PEAS @ the bin
September-October: $5.30-$5.50/bushel

… Need a price for something else? Please email or give me a call!


Picked-Up Edmonton Area Bids

Call Clayton or Erin, 1-888-969-5552, ext 1

Feed Markets have been on decline, prices are subject to change.

– FEED BARLEY @ the bin:
Sept-Oct: $3.70/ bushel
Nov-Dec: $3.80-3.90/ bushel

– FEED WHEAT @ the bin:
OLD CROP(early sept): $5.90/bushel

– #1/2 CPSR WHEAT
September: Feed pricing is currently stronger.
#1/#2 HRS Wheat:
 $6.30-6.40/bu picked up based 13-13.5% protein.

– 2CW OATS @ the bin (subject to sample):
Sept: $3.40/ bushel
September: $2.90/ bushel
– 3CW OATS @ the bin:
$0.10-0.25/bushel discount to 2cw bids.

– FEED OATS @ the bin:
Sept: $2.90-3.10/ bushel, depending on quality

– 2CW GREEN PEAS @ the bin:
Max 3% bleach:
September-Novemeber: $7.35/ bushel

– 2CW YELLOW PEAS @ the bin
Sept: $5.85/ bushel

– FEED PEAS @ the bin:
Sept: $5.50/ bushel

– 2CW FABAS @ the bin:
Sept: $6.90/ bushel

– FEED FABAS @ the bin
Sept: $6.40-6.50/ bushel

– CANOLA @ the bin (as of August 14th)
September: $9.20-$9.30/bushel

… Give us a call to discuss placing a target, or email Clayton@Agfinity.com or Erin@agfinity.com with your legal land description for a price!


Picked-Up Camrose Area Bids

Call Clayton or Erin, 1-888-969-5552, ext 1

Feed Markets have been on decline, prices are subject to change
– FEED BARLEY
Sept-Oct:  $4.15-4.20/ bushel
Nov-Dec: $4.20-4.30/ bushel
May still have a slightly better price for early sept movement on old crop

– FEED WHEAT @ the bin:
Sept: $5.50-5.55/ bushel

– #1/2 CPSR WHEAT:
Sept: Feed Wheat bids currently stronger.

– #1/#2 HRS Wheat:
OLD CROP: $6.40-6.50/bu picked-up based 13-13.5% protein

– 2CW OATS @ the bin (subject to sample):
August: $3.35-$3.40/ bushel
*Additional premiums available for excellent colour!

– 3CW OATS @ the bin:
$0.10-0.25/bushel discount to 2cw bids

– FEED OATS @ the bin:
Sept: $3.00-3.20/ bushel

– 2CW GREEN PEAS @ the bin:
Max 3% bleach:
Sept: $7.40-$7.60/ bushel

– 2CW YELLOW PEAS @ the bin
Sept: $5.90-$6.00/ bushel

– FEED PEAS @ the bin
Sept: $5.90/ bushel

– 2CW FABAS @ the bin:
Sept: $7.40/ bushel

– 3CW FABAS @ the bin:
Sept: $7.20/ bushel

– FEED FABAS @ the bin
Sept: $6.40-6.50/ bushel

– CANOLA @ the bin (as of July 30th)
September: $9.40/bushel

*Give us a call to discuss placing a target, or email Clayton@agfinity.com with your legal land description for a price!

… Need a price for something else? Please email or give Clayton or Erin a call!


Picked-Up Vermilion Area Bids

Call Nelson, 1-888-969-5552, ext 3

– FEED BARLEY @ the bin:
September-October: $3.65-$3.75/bushel
November-December: $3.70-$3.80/bushel

– FEED WHEAT @ the bin:
September-October: $5.15-$5.20
November-December: $5.20-$5.25

– 2CW OATS @ the bin (subject to sample):
September-October: $2.90-$3.00
November-December: $$2.95-$3.05

– 3CW OATS @ the bin:
$0.10-0.25/bushel discount to 2cw bids.

– FEED OATS @ the bin:

September-October: $2.65-$2.75

– GREEN PEAS @ the bin:
September-October: $7.00
Max 3% bleach:*Call or email on higher bleach.

– YELLOW PEAS @ the bin
September-October: $5.85/bushel
November-December: $5.90-$6.00

– FEED PEAS @ the bin
September-October: $5.75-$6.00/bushel

– CANOLA @ the bin 
*Give us a call to discuss placing a target, or email Nelson@Agfinity.com with your legal land description for a price!

… Need a price for something else? Please email or give me a call! Quick movement opportunites available. Call  1-888-969-5552 (ext-3) if you are able to load within the next 2 weeks.


Picked-Up Red Deer Area Bids
Call Clayton or Erin, 1-888-969-5552, ext 1

– FEED BARLEY @ the bin:
NEW CROP:
Sept-Oct:  $4.00-$4.05/bu/ bushel
Nov-Dec: $4.05-$4.10/ bushel
Jan-Mar: $4.15-$4.20/ bushel
Apr-June: $4.30/ bushel

– FEED WHEAT @ the bin:
NEW CROP:
September: $5.40-5.50/ bushel

– #1/2 CPSR WHEAT:
September: Feed Wheat bids currently stronger.

-#1/#2 HRS Wheat:
September: $6.00-6.20/bu picked-up based 13-13.5% protein.

– 2CW OATS @ the bin (Subject to sample):
NEW CROP:
September: $2.90-$3.00/ bushel
*Additional premiums available for excellent colour.

– 3CW OATS @ the bin:
$0.10-0.25/bushel discount to 2cw bids.

– FEED OATS:
September: $2.70/bushel, depending on quality

– 2CW GREEN PEAS @ the bin:
Max 3% bleach:
September: $7.60/bushel

– 2CW YELLOW PEAS @ the bin
September: $5.95/bu

– FEED PEAS @ the bin
September: $5.70/ bushel

– 2CW FABAS @ the bin:
September: $6.25/ bushel

– FEED FABAS @ the bin
September: $5.70/ bushel

– CANOLA @ the bin (as of August 28th)
September: $9.70-$9.90/ bushel


Picked-Up Coronation Area Bids

Call Nelson, 1-888-969-5552, ext 3

– FEED BARLEY @ the bin:
September-October: $4.00/bushel
November-December: $4.05-$4.10/bushel

– FEED WHEAT @ the bin:
September-October: $5.25-$5.40/bushel

– 2CW OATS @ the bin (subject to sample):
September-October: $2.95-$3.00/bushel

– 3CW OATS @ the bin:
$0.10-0.25/bushel discount to #2CW bids.

– FEED OATS @ the bin:
September-October: $2.50-$2.75/bushel

– GREEN PEAS @ the bin:
September-October: $7.00/bushel
Max 3% bleach
*Call or email on higher bleach.

– YELLOW PEAS @ the bin
September-October: $5.80/bushel
November-December: $6.00/bushel

– FEED PEAS @ the bin
September-October: $5.50-$5.75/ bushel

– CANOLA @ the bin 
*Give us a call to discuss placing a target, or email Nelson@Agfinity.com with your legal land description for a price!

… Need a price for something else? Please email or give me a call! Premiums available for quick movement. Call  1-888-969-5552 (ext-3) if you are able to load within the next 2 weeks.


Picked-Up Calgary Area Bids

Call Nelson, 1-888-969-5552, ext 3

– FEED BARLEY @ the bin:
September: $4.15-$4.20/bushel
October: $4.20-$4.25/bushel
November-December: $4.30-$4.35
January-March: $4.40

– FEED WHEAT @ the bin:
New Crop: $5.70-$5.80/bushel

– 2CW OATS @ the bin (subject to sample):
September-October: $2.95-$3.00/bushel

– 3CW OATS @ the bin:
$0.10-0.25/bushel discount to #2CW bids.

– FEED OATS
@ the bin:
September-October: $2.60-$2.75/ bushel depending on quality.

– GREEN PEAS @ the bin:
September-October: $7.20/bu picked up
3% bleached or less – call for higher bleached.

– YELLOW PEAS @ the bin
September-October: $5.95-$6.00/bushel
November-December: $6.15-$6.20/bushel

– FEED PEAS
@ the bin
September-October: $5.50-$5.75/bushel

– CANOLA @ the bin 
*Give us a call to discuss placing a target, or email Nelson@Agfinity.com with your legal land description for a price!

… Need a price for something else? Please email or give me a call! Strong pricing available for quick movement. Call  1-888-969-5552  (ext-3) if you could load within the next 2 weeks. 


Picked-Up Brooks Area Area Bids
Call Nelson, 1-888-969-5552, ext 3

 

– FEED BARLEY @ the bin:
September: $4.20
October: $4.20-$4.25
November-December: $4.25-$4.30

– FEED WHEAT @ the bin:

September-October: $5.50-$5.60

– FEED OATS @ the bin:
September-October: $2.60-$2.70/ bushel depending on quality.

– GREEN PEAS @ the bin:
September-Octoebr: $7.10/bu picked up

– YELLOW PEAS @ the bin
September-October: $5.85-$6.00
November-December: $6.05-$6.15

– FEED PEAS @ the bin
August: $5.50-$6.00/ bushel

– CANOLA @ the bin 
*Give us a call to discuss placing a target, or email Nelson@Agfinity.com with your legal land description for a price!

… Need a price for something else? Please email or give me a call!


Dlvd Lethbridge / Picture Butte Bids

Call Nelson, 1-888-969-5552, ext 3

– FEED BARLEY :
September-October: $4.50-$4.55
November-December: $4.60

– FEED WHEAT :
September-October: $5.80-$5.90

– FEED OATS :

September-October: $3.15/bushel depending on quality.

– GREEN PEAS :
September-October: $7.50/bushel
*Based 3% bleach. Higher % bleached give us a call!

– YELLOW PEAS
September-October New Crop: $6.25/bushel

– FEED PEAS
September-October: $6.00-$6.15/bushel

– CANOLA Delivered
*Give us a call to discuss placing a target, or email Nelson@Agfinity.com with your legal land description for a price!

… Need a price for something else? Please email or give me a call!


Picked-Up Barrhead Area Bids

Call Clayton or Erin, 1-888-969-5552, ext 1

– FEED BARLEY @ the bin:
Sept-Oct: $3.75-3.90/ bushel
Nov-Dec: $4.00-$4.10/ bushel

– FEED WHEAT @ the bin:

Sept: $5.25/ bushel

– #1/2 CPSR WHEAT:

Feed Prices currently Better

#1/#2 HRS Wheat:
Early Sept: $6.20 /bu picked-up (13-13.5% protein)

– 2CW OATS @ the bin (subject to sample):

Old crop(first half Sept): $3.30/ bushel
September(new crop): $2.80-2.90/ bushel

– 3CW OATS @ the bin:
$0.10-0.25/bushel discount to 2cw bids.

– FEED OATS @ the bin:
Sept: $3.00-$3.05/ bushel depending on quality

– 2CW GREEN PEAS @ the bin:
Max 3% bleach:
Sept-Novemeber: $7.20-$7.40/ bushel

– 2CW YELLOW PEAS @ the bin
Sept-November: $5.60/ bushel

– FEED PEAS @ the bin
Sept: $5.20/ bushel

– 2CW FABAS @ the bin
Sept-Novemeber: $7.13/ bushel

– FEED FABAS @ the bin:
Sept: $6.25-6.40/ bushel

– #1 CANOLA @ the bin (as of August 20th )

September: $9.20/ bushel

*Give us a call to discuss placing a target, or email Clayton@agfinity.com with your legal land description for a price!

… Need a price for something else? Please email or give me a call!


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