2015 – the return of £150/T?

By early October 2014, 16.60M/T of wheat had been harvested here in the UK – one of the largest wheat crops on record. Idyllic drilling conditions back in autumn 2013, a mild winter followed by a warm spring and ‘adequate moisture throughout’ had produced a wheat crop which averaged almost 3.5 tonnes to the acre. 16.6M/T also represents a 38% increase on 2013’s production and is the...
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Grain Rally Halts as Wheat Slumps £10/T

As we head into the last full trading week of the year, the grain markets appear to have settled from the recent volatility. Ex-farm values for spot collection feed wheat rose and fell buy a little more than £10/T throughout the course of last week and whilst many farm sellers took the opportunity to secure some movement at £140/T ex-farm, others were caught out by the £8 drop which occurred...
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Feed Wheat Values Rally to £140/T ex-farm for Old and New Crop Values

New crop feed wheat values are significantly improved this week and new crop feed wheat for as available collection off the combine is now trading in the region of £140.00/T ex-farm. Further forward, feed wheat for collection in November 2015 is now valued in the region of £145/T ex-farm. This is the highest we have seen new crop wheat prices valued since July this year – pre harvest. Both...
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