13 August 2001
Change in attitude as farmers march on

FIFTEEN to twenty per cent of the wheat crop has been combined in Kent, says John Smith of Weald Granary.

“There has been a change in attitude and farmers are marching on. To preserve quality, farmers will be willing to combine between 18-20% and then use their drying facilities.”

The quality of the crop has improved. Malacca and Hereward now have protein reaching 13% and the Hagbergs are OK.

Weather is the main concern, with no significant areas combined over the weekend.


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