The Hindu Business Line  Apr 3  Comment 
Sunfeast has launched the Farmlite range of health biscuits, one containing oats, wheat and almonds, and the other containing oats, wheat and raisins. Priced ₹50 for 150gm, it is available across...
New York Times  Mar 17  Comment 
This soda bread is baked at a lower temperature so that it doesn’t develop a hard crust.     
FX Street  Mar 10  Comment 
Not the worst start to the week unless you were long oats (-5.8%) but neither was it a great start... For more information, read our latest forex news and reports.
New York Times  Mar 10  Comment 
Amaranth and chia seeds pump up the nutritional content of this sweet and hearty morning bowl.     
Wall Street Journal  Mar 7  Comment 
Canada took the unusual step of introducing stiff railway regulations to ease a grain bottleneck that has driven oat prices to historic highs in the U.S.
Agrimoney.com  Feb 26  Comment 
Soybean prices ease despite a big order from the US, which investors decline to take at face value. Are they right? Oats set a record high
Wall Street Journal  Feb 26  Comment 
Canada's monthslong grain-shipping backlog is pinching incomes for farmers and sending oat-futures prices soaring in the U.S.
Agrimoney.com  Feb 19  Comment 
Can US weather concerns raise wheat prices through some key technical levels? Oats certainly rise. Brazil weather fears see coffee rise, a little...
The Hindu Business Line  Feb 17  Comment 
With cold weather curtailing rail transport, exports to the US from Canada get hit


This article describes the specific commodity. For grains prices in general, see the article on Grains Prices.

Oats generally refers to seeds of the common oat plant, a cereal grain. Oats are consumed by humans in the form of oatmeal and rolled oats (as well as in dry cereal), however they are more commonly used as feed for livestock including cattle and poultry, as well as horses.

The chart at left shows continuos front-month futures prices for Oats traded on the Chicago Board of Trade.


Oats Futures are traded on the Chicago Board of Trade under ticker symbol O and are delivered every year in March, May, July, September, and December. (For more information on commodity tickers, check out the commodity ticker construction page.)

Oats Futures Contracts

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