Grain falls into a grain intake© Tim Scrivener
Tight UK supplies and weak sterling are keeping domestic wheat prices steady despite more-than-ample global supply. The cash market went against the futures trend this week, rising by about £1/t, putting spot ex-farm feed wheat values at £141-£144/t ex-farm in most regions on Friday (17 March). At either end of the price scale were Kent and East Sussex at £137/t ex-farm and Yorkshire, where prices were up to £150/t ex-farm.   See also: Wellgrain collapse – what next and how […]
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