Grain being loaded into trailer©Cultura Rex
Big crops slashed almost £5/t off ex-farm prices in the week to Wednesday (5 August). Prices slipped despite little grain being offered to the market, to put new crop feed wheat at £102-£110/t across most of England. The top end of this range was in the North West and Yorkshire, while buyers were paying £117/t for old crop in the borders. Barley is trailing wheat by about £10/t and midweek was worth £91-£96/t ex-farm for August. See also: Winter barley […]
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