In what the company describes as a challenging and surprising marketing season, Gleadell’s harvest oilseed rape pool has returned £352.50/tonne ex-farm to growers after commission and before bonuses.
Archive | October, 2011
There are encouraging signs that the national beef supply base is stabilising, according to EBLEX
Rural businesses submitting paper copies of their self-assessment tax returns have just a few days left to do so
The promised increase to Feed-in Tariff payments for small-scale biogas plants has finally come into effect, over two months late
Troubled wind turbine manufacturer Proven Energy has been sold by receivers KPMG to Kingspan Renewables
Five EU member states will pay superlevy fines totalling more than £48m for exceeding their milk quota in 2010/11.
Dorset-based beef and lamb processor RWM Foods lost a major retail order just as the group was bought by ABP, it has emerged
Morrisons Traditional Breeds Beef Range hits the shelves this week, promoting quality cuts from native British cattle breeds.
There’s a relatively positive outlook for agricultural commodities next year, according to a report from EU farm experts DG Agri
Argentina looks set to become a major force in world poultry markets, as impressive growth over the past decade is predicted to continue