Ripe wheat in a field© Tim Scrivener
A tight UK wheat market and a large barley surplus mean the markets for the UK’s two main grains are very different this season. The average feed wheat-feed barley price gap stood at £13.50/t midweek. “If we have a wet harvest we usually have a big pile of feed wheat to export, but that’s not the case this season,” said Jack Watts, lead analyst at AHDB for cereals and oilseeds. See also: UK must change mindset to succeed with post EU […]
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