I have did some pricing for next fall and regret some stuff I have done but with hindsight it's always easy to beat yourself up. Captured only some of the high prices right now, as bills have to be paid and grain movement has to happen in the fall for many expenses. $6 feed barley right now at our Olymel feed mill for pigs. NICE!! But of course moved mine much earlier on. Can get $5.50 feed barley for Nov P&H. I captured 10,000 bu of that and did 10,000 at $4.50 a lot earlier. I got 10,000 bu of canola @ $12.25 for Nov as well. I kind of wish I didn't buy my canola early like I did (which I usually never do). I bought 600 acres worth which if I put in barley instead would have cut my expenses huge and made a better profit on. Waaayyy less risk as well from bugs/ disease etc. I seeded 110 acres of winter wheat last yr and that is the only wheat I will be growing. Wonder what the wheat canola guys will be doing this yr lol? Maybe nobody will grow wheat and make a shortage? My decision right now should be fairly easy. Price lots more barley and seed the rest into it. I have fertilized for 75 bu canola on my 600 acres with 40lbs actual phos with avail, and 25 S and 20 K and 130lbs N. Going to add another 40 N and 35actual phos with avail to seed during seeding. A pile of money has been spent to grow what hopefully will be an excellent canola crop. Add the money I have spent as well as the $68/acre seed cost I need one heck of a crop to get the same return on much cheaper to seed barley. Again hindsight is always hard on a guy. Yellow peas were $10 Scoular called the other day. I had a bag of them and sold at $9 to Viterra. 1 week and $10,000 difference. Who would have thought!! Peas at Scoular you could price for $8.75 for fall and I never bit. My rotation can handle an all barley scenario and been pushing legumes pretty hard for several yrs so I am going to let it slide. Are many others thinking like me with barley? Capturing 50 bu/acre now for fall on all my barley acres looks good but if everyone jumps on board will the remainder of my barley be $3?