Wheat being harvested© Tim Scrivener/Rex/ Shutterstock
eed wheat prices eased in the week to Wednesday (11 May), losing £1.20/t to average £101.30/t ex-farm. The wheat market was very slow, with shipping drying up and the main thrust gone, according to the grain trade. Most movement was from compounders who were buying what was needed, when it was needed. See also: All the latest market reports and trends Commercially available French wheat end-stocks for this season were reported down at 3.9m tonnes in May, from 5.5m tonnes […]
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