Grain being tipped©Tim Scrivener
New-crop feed wheat prices fell in the week to Wednesday, to average £110.60/t ex-farm for August. The pressure came from strong sterling, an EU wheat and barley yield outlook slightly better than the five-year average and good US harvest progress. Limited global demand alongside good crop prospects in most areas and high stock levels in many exporting countries all added weight, with EU wheat export bookings at a low level. See more on markets and trends Ex-farm wheat prices ranged […]
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