With supplies remaining tight, prices higher than expected dominate the May outlook for Canada’s grain, oilseed and pulse sectors in 2021.
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Growing global demand for feed, the re-appearance of ASF, expected drought across North and South America and an economic awakening impact this month’s outlook for Canadian hog and cattle producers.
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From our May 2021 Dairy Outlook, dairy producers can expect increased revenues but growth in feed prices is reducing profitability.
The 2021 sector outlook shows profitability as the economy and foodservice sectors recover, but also a rise in feed costs.
Livestock profitability trends will remain negative until meat processing capacity rebounds.
If tight supplies mean higher prices, what’s the outlook for Canada’s grain, oilseed and pulse sectors in 2021?