Wheat in ear in a field© Tim Scrivener
Grain prices continued rising in the week to Wednesday (12 July) as drought elsewhere stoked market sentiment. London’s November 2017 feed wheat futures contract closed at a new high of £154/t on Tuesday (11 July).  As of Wednesday (12 July), this had fallen back to £153.10/t but still represented more than five consecutive weeks of gains overall. See also: Legal, tax and management tips for a smooth harvest Ex-farm prices also gained over the week to Wednesday, with the weather […]
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