This morning I was reading the weekly market report that I get from Know-Risk Farm Management and came across this opportunity and strategy as a margin enhancement on some of your canola crop.  Based on the current market of $592.40/mt you can accumulate futures contracts (sell) at $627.50/mt.  That is $7.80/mt off of the highest price ($635.20/mt) in the market since the Summer of 2008.  Talk about an opportunity!

How can you sell above the current futures market?  Don’t be left wondering, call me to find out and start enhancing your farms margin today!

November 2011 ICE Canola Futures

November 2011 ICE Canola Futures

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