oilseed rape© Tim Scrivener
Growers cannot rely on better grain prices to boost profits in the coming months, but there are good opportunities elsewhere to improve the bottom line. Production costs are the key determinant of profit from combinable crops, says Andersons’ Midlands partner Sebastian Graff-Baker. “It is all too easy for the industry to embark on repeated crop production cycles, banking on low input costs and high sale prices to create sufficient profit. “Unfortunately, this has resulted in real-term feed wheat production costs more […]
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