Wheat in North Wales is now ready to combine

A good weather forecast should see Hugh Jones wrap up his 24ha (60 acres) of winter wheat this weekend. He hoped to begin combining tomorrow.


The 18ha (45acres) of Gladiator and 6ha (15 acres) of Alchemy both looked good this year, grown on heavy land near Rhyl.


He thought yields would turn out well, especially given the ongoing bull run in grain markets. “Prices are looking better,” he said.


Mr Hugh Jones remained optimistic because despite the weather, this year’s priced looked good.


*Harvest Highlights 2007 is sponsored by RAGT







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RAGT Seeds are pleased to sponsor Harvest Highlights.

Robust wheats from the PBIC brand are brought to you by RAGT Seeds, offering you the security of consistent performance, a critical factor in maximising output in an increasingly uncertain farming environment.
Robust wheats: Varieties that can be relied on to produce high yields of consistently high quality grain, year-in, year-out.


For more information on our varieties visit www.ragt.co.uk







RAGT logo


RAGT Seeds are pleased to sponsor Harvest Highlights.

Robust wheats from the PBIC brand are brought to you by RAGT Seeds, offering you the security of consistent performance, a critical factor in maximising output in an increasingly uncertain farming environment.
Robust wheats: Varieties that can be relied on to produce high yields of consistently high quality grain, year-in, year-out.


For more information on our varieties visit www.ragt.co.uk

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