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Desi Chickpea Prices Likely To Remain Steady, Lentils Up
Alberta Pulse Growers
With the Indian pulse crop in good condition just a month or so away from harvest, the prospect of Desi chickpeas showing any improvement in price here are growing slimmer. At this point it would take a significant event in India – such as an unrelenting rain at harvest, or unexpectedly high yields – to move domestic Desi chickpea prices either or up or down from their current level, Stan Skrypetz, a market analyst with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, said today. India is expecting a generally better pulse crop than last year, a reality that is already essentially factored into the price here, Skrypetz said. According to Alberta Agriculture’s Charlie Pearson, current Desi chickpea prices remain stalled in the 11- 13 cents/lb range. Meanwhile, 8 and 9 mm Kabuli prices have shown some improvement, moving up to the 18-20 cents/lb range and the 23 to 26-cents/lb range respectively. As for other special crop prices, Pearson reported in a radio interview Monday a “little bit of excitement” in the lentil market, as prices rose about a penny per pound from last week. Lairds are now in the 18-20 cents/lb range, while Richlea are about 17-19 cents/lb. Small seeded varieties and Red lentils are in the 16- 18 cents/lb range, he said. “I think what’s going on now is just the normal ebb and flow of the market,” Pearson said in explaining the gains in lentils. “The market is needing some product into the system now and prices have gone up a bit to attract supplies.” Green edible peas are about 25 cents higher at between $5.50 and $5.75/bu. Yellow and feed peas are steady between $4.50 and $5/bu.
MGR Archive 21.2.2004
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