Canada picks up the pace of grain exports

Canada is picking up the pace of its grain exports.

Overall, grain and oilseed export speed is up 8.5%, that’s according to the Canadian Grain Commission. Wheat export pace is 27% higher.

However, when it comes to rapeseed, a crop that’s experiencing transport challenges across several countries, export speed is down 58%. Total rapeseed exports are down 94% year-over-year.

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