Soft feed wheat is in short supply © Tim Scrivener© Tim Scrivener
Grains have moved into a weather market, making for a nervous trading period in the run up to the new crop year. Dry weather and tight old crop supplies pushed up UK ex-farm feed wheat prices by just over £1/t over the week to Wednesday (19 April). This was despite the announcement the previous day of a UK general election on 8 June, which pushed sterling to its highest level against the US dollar and the euro since December. See […]
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