Two early barley export boats are bound for Ireland. The PantaRhei (above) completed loading 3,500t of feed barley on 14 July at King’s Lynn for Cefetra Grain, while the Arklow Forest (below) was loaded with 4,000t at Great Yarmouth for Gleadell. Early winter barley quality is mixed, said Gleadell’s trading director Jonathan Lane. “In general, results are better than a year ago, although there are some high screenings present.” See also: Standing straw values show sharp rise More boats are […]
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