Big global crops are pushing wheat prices down, with ex-farm values losing about £2.50/t in the week to Wednesday (31 August). This, combined with a slightly stronger sterling value, put spot ex-farm feed wheat values anywhere between £113/t and £122/t, a drop of £5-£10/t off the top of the market seen in mid-August.  However ex-farm sales were slow, with growers resisting the lower prices and the trade not desperate for supply, said Openfield wheat and barley trader Alec Tindal. See […]
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