Grain prices in Saskatchewan are showing a wide range this winter.
Grain broker Allan Johnston in Welwyn says red lentils have dropped in price and are hovering under 30 cents a pound.
He says green lentils are higher, with number 1 and 2 around 65 cents a pound.
Canaryseed is near the 22 cent a pound, and yellow peas are at 9 dollars a bushel.
He says feed barley is around 3 dollars 40 cents a bushel, FOB farm.
He says vomi-toxin barley is less, around 2 dollars 50 cents to three dollars, depending on freight.
Malt barley is in the range of 4 dollars 75 cents a bushel.
Good feed wheat is around 5 dollars a bushel, otherwide, around 4.50 a bushel.
Low grade durum is in ample supply and would average in the 3 dollars to 3 dollars 50 cents a bushel.
He says some producers have tried but been unable to clean up the durum.
Yellow mustard is in the 28 to 30 cent range or better, brown and oriental around 32 cents.
Johnston says canola is up and down this winter.
He says flax is hovering around 13 dollars a bushel, with yellow flax close to 20 dollars.
Johnston adds there is limited demand for rye right now.
Oats is around $2.75 a bushel to three dollar range but there is no big demand right now.
Allan Johnston operates Johnston’s Grain Marketing at Welwyn.