Combine harvesting grain© Gary Hawkins/REX/Shutterstock
Grain prices steadied in the week to Wednesday (23 August) after falling for six weeks. A continually weakening pound, lower stock carried in to the new season and a stop-start harvest have helped to cushion UK prices from wider factors. These include the likelihood of producing the world’s largest ever wheat crop, including a much larger EU wheat harvest than last year. Each successive estimate of the size of the Russian wheat crop is larger than the one that went […]
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