Crop yields this harvest have generally been disappointing compared with the 2015 campaign. Twelve months ago, many farmers had a harvest of record-breaking or at least well-above-average yields. However, this was against a backdrop of very disappointing combinable crop prices, with feed wheat trading at or below £100/t. Since then, little has changed in terms of fundamental factors, says Andersons Midlands partner Sebastian Graff-Baker. See also: BPS payment payments – what you need to know “Looking at current supply and demand […]
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