Drilling spring beans(c) Tim Scrivener
Pulse prices have continued their rising trend, with feed beans reaching a spot average of £215/t ex-farm on Wednesday. Supply and demand remained tight, with limited domestic availability and strong exports for the human consumption market, said a report by Bepa and PGRO. “At these levels they are too expensive for mainstream feed compounders to get excited, especially while alternative protein sources such as rapeseed meal get even cheaper,” it added. See also: Oilseeds and pulses climb on strong US […]
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