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What are you guys in the US seeing for field pea pricing? Here local Richardson is $6.00 bu CAN delivered. Wondering how our tariffs from the India spat reflect in relation to US prices.

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What are you guys in the US seeing for field pea pricing? Here local Richardson is $6.00 bu CAN delivered. Wondering how our tariffs from the India spat reflect in relation to US prices.
Curious as to their price as well, but weren't the tariffs put on all pea imports, pretty sure they where.

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Had virtually no CWRS sold, but did bit of #2 13.5prot at $7.50/b fob farm couple wks ago to GrainCorp.(o/n/d delivery). Would be curious on other folk's impressions of the Cargill Pro-pricing offering. Had signed up a bit of Wheat/Canola on this ages ago and glad it just a little as seems more like amateur pricing there if I am understanding the updates. Quite confusing as if they did what they say they are doing in the updates with the range that prices have moved in(up and down a couple of times) it should be projecting better returns.

Think it would be great to get some Australian comparisons on here because believe that will be direction where any good price movement comes from. What I think I see from over there is that NA prices should be at least $1/b cdn higher even with our higher destination freight/handling factored in. Prices will not be the problem heading into next year for any of this stuff - except for inputs.
This is only our experience in our area with Cargill pricing, they are almost always the lowest price until the have a premium offering which typically gets them to close to their competitors but hardly ever better than the Richardson's or Viterra's or even Providence. Not sure why farmers sell to them. Shows that it pays to call around and get pricing at multiple points of delivery whenever you are thinking of making a sale. I am talking elevators from Camrose to Lamont to Viking area.
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What are you guys in the US seeing for field pea pricing? Here local Richardson is $6.00 bu CAN delivered. Wondering how our tariffs from the India spat reflect in relation to US prices.
peas are fairly worthless to grow now. Same with lentils and even chickpeas.

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Yellow peas $5 Bu US
Greens are $5.75-$6.75 depending on variety
Lentils are $10-15 depending on variety not sure if per bu or CWT. I don't have lentils this year so I have given them no attention.
Chickpeas are $19-21 9mm and $10 7mm per 100lbs
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Ok, i thought the pulse tariffs were specific to Canada. Perhaps what i am misinterpreting is that the tarrifs were raised after Trudeau’s visit. I seem to remember last year India applying some tarrifs on ALL imported pulses in order to encourage more domestic production. Which makes sense actually.

$6 bu won't pay my bills, peas ran 25 bu/ac this year since 4.5" rain isn't enough.
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Indian tariffs are world wide, oz suffered as well.

Not a whisper in mainstream media about this...only Trump..

Didnt even make msm in oz and would have cost us alit of money...chick pea planting is down 50% which is a huge drop...drought may account for some of that...

As it turns out we will have f all to send them.

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We are at $4.96 on Eastern North Dakota for HRS
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