Feed wheat© Tim Scrivener
Feed wheat prices continued to rise this week, gaining just over £1/t on average. However, the price range between the regions narrowed. “The market is stuck in a tight trading range with little new impetus to move it significantly one way or the other,” said Gleadell managing director David Sheppard. “Spot UK prices are attractive given that market shorts are having to pay up to cover requirements, and these still represent good value in a market that lacks any real […]
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