The latest grain price outlook from G3 Canada is moving significantly upward for canola, durum and soybeans.
Wheat and peas are slightly higher as well.
The outlook says harvest delays are causing some support to grain prices in Western Canada.
However, the biggest factors of improved pricing are international in scope.
Strong buying demand has been pulling prices higher for all grains and oilseeds despite worldwide production coming in close to expectations.
The G3 outlook says wheat prices are up three to ten dollars per ton and durum returns jump 11 to 45 dollars per ton.
The Spring Wheat outlook for number 1, 13 per-cent protein, jumps 6 dollars a ton.
For number one durum, 13 per-cent protein, the price outlook has risen 43 dollars in the past two weeks.
G3 Canada says the price outlook for canola has risen 30 dollars a ton in the past couple weeks.
The Malaysian palm oil market has strengthened and U.S. soybean exports have been very good to date.
The delayed harvest in Canada is providing further strength to canola, in addition to those other two factors.
In addition, the Canadian dollar has continued its gradual weakening trend, and helping Canadian dollar returns.
The G3 soybean outlook has risen 27 dollars a ton while pea values are up 5 dollars.