Protein content of Wheat, Canada Western Red Spring 2013

Table information:

  • Results are unlikely to represent samples harvested within two weeks of the date of this report.
  • “NSD” in the “Standard Deviation” column indicates no standard deviation due to an insufficient number of samples received.
  • All samples supplied by producers and grain companies.
Canada Western Red Spring wheat - Protein contentFootnote 1, % as at November 26, 2013
Province Number of samples Mean Standard deviation
1 CW RED SPRING
Manitoba 410 13.3 0.9
Saskatchewan 956 12.6 1.1
Alberta and B.C. 585 12.7 1.2
Western Canada 1951 12.8 1.2
2 CW RED SPRING
Manitoba 302 13.4 1.1
Saskatchewan 511 12.6 1.3
Alberta and B.C. 473 12.7 1.4
Western Canada 1286 12.8 1.3
3 CW RED SPRING
Manitoba 103 13.7 0.8
Saskatchewan 127 13.1 1.2
Alberta and B.C. 215 13.3 1.3
Western Canada 445 13.3 1.2
4 CW RED SPRING
Manitoba 6 14.0 0.7
Saskatchewan 2 14.3 NSD2
Alberta and B.C. 4 13.3 NSD2
Western Canada 12 13.8 1.0
CW FEED
Manitoba 40 13.8 1.0
Saskatchewan 26 13.2 1.3
Alberta and B.C. 100 13.6 1.3
Western Canada 166 13.6 1.3
All grades
Manitoba 861 13.4 1.0
Saskatchewan 1622 12.7 1.2
Alberta and B.C. 1377 12.8 1.3
Western Canada 3860 12.9 1.3

Footnotes

Footnote 1

Protein content is determined by near-infrared measurements calibrated against the Combustion Nitrogen Analysis reference method and is expressed on an N x 5.7, 13.5% moisture basis.

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Footnote 2

NSD indicates no standard deviation due to insufficient number of samples received.

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