Ripe wheat in a field© Tim Scrivener
New crop feed wheat values fell slightly in the week to 26 July, losing £1.45/t to average £136.10/t ex-farm spot, as wet weather halted combines. Compared with the same period last year, prices were £26.10/t higher and the highest level for the time of year since 2014. Current values had fallen despite the pound hitting its lowest level against the euro since 2 November 2016, worth just €1.1159. See also: BPS 2017: How to apply With the wet weather shifting the […]
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