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pellow

Member
Location
Newquay
Sold last load of feed wheat yesterday , £325 June .
Have a load of barley also but merchant could not quote a price as no one buying at mo !
Have 485 t in a long pool , pays out in August . Wonder what that's going to come too ?
Asked in January and they still had 40 % to sell so hopefully will drag up average price.

Its he other way round down here, lots of demand for barley, not much for wheat
 

hutchy143211

Member
Location
E. Yorkshire
Physical grain has dropped £13/t since last Thursday, ex farm for Lincs. It's hardly a calamity.
I agree, I don't think wheat got to £350 properly it was India and it basically hoovered around £335. I think it was overstretched, then there was an oversell and then it's gained a little back. The ukraine export 'arrangements' have just fuelled it a bit.
 

teslacoils

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Lincolnshire
I agree, I don't think wheat got to £350 properly it was India and it basically hoovered around £335. I think it was overstretched, then there was an oversell and then it's gained a little back. The ukraine export 'arrangements' have just fuelled it a bit.
Tbh I only really look at may 23 now. It was £340 last Thursday. £326 today.
 
I said it would hit £300 about 3 years ago. It’ll now hit £400 and I’m saying by this time next year at the latest. To many negative stories regarding stocks, weather restrictions to plantings and demand increases to keep the price down. Sit tight I say. Sold a couple of loads last week for June collection (already been collected though) for £365. Think we’ll carry the rest into the next financial year.
 

Iben

Member
Location
Fife
I said it would hit £300 about 3 years ago. It’ll now hit £400 and I’m saying by this time next year at the latest. To many negative stories regarding stocks, weather restrictions to plantings and demand increases to keep the price down. Sit tight I say. Sold a couple of loads last week for June collection (already been collected though) for £365. Think we’ll carry the rest into the next financial year.

How much are you carrying over? 5t or 500t. 🤷

Or is next financial year 1st July?
 

Wombat

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
East yorks
I wasn't expecting the world powers to turn their backs on Ukraine so quickly.
The Russians know the west will cave first, people cannot put on another jumper or do with out. The Russians over the years have shown they will do, unfortunately it’s a game of who goes the longest and one I cannot see the west being prepared to stomach
 

bobk

Member
Location
stafford
The Russians know the west will cave first, people cannot put on another jumper or do with out. The Russians over the years have shown they will do, unfortunately it’s a game of who goes the longest and one I cannot see the west being prepared to stomach
Suspect the West thought this would be over by now . could last years .
Reliably informed yesterday that the chances of wheat leaving Odessa are nil , nowt zip .
 
It's called turning the tide. World is now doing deals for grain. UN sending someone tomorrow to get access to russian fert. Germany needs gas. Hungary blocking oil embargo. Zelensky still after more weapons. But politically the tide is turning. Russia will have Luhansk by monday. Donetsk soon after. It's not even front page on BBC online or aljazeera.

You can't expect Russia to just let this stuff out for free. Oil exports down ten percent. Price up more. Rouble record strenth. Word is that russian troops are outnumbering 10:1 on the ground. 10000 ukrainian pows now.

You will see world politicians start to suggest to zelensky to stop the fighting.
The world cannot afford to give Russia, more power by Ukraine been invaded. Any peace will only be for Putin to re arm. Putin's troops will have to be beaten back to Feb 24 borders as a min.
I doubt it
Maybe the farmers do, but strategically its a mistake
And it hands russia a propaganda coup
I totally agree with not allowing Russians to profit from stolen grain.

But surely Ukraine should be given lots of help to bring out as much grain as possible, via Poland & Romania.

Really fed up with western weakness, we should be helping Ukraine much more than we are. A bit of hardship now is far better than what will come in the years & decades in the future.
 

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Man fined £300 for bonfire-related waste offences

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Written by William Kellett from Agriland

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A man has pleaded guilty at Newtownards Magistrates’ Court to waste offences relating to a bonfire next to the electrical sub-station on the Circular Road in Newtownards, Co. Down.

Gareth Gill (51) of Abbot’s Walk, Newtownards pleaded guilty to two charges under the Waste and Contaminated Land (Northern Ireland) Order 1997, for which he was fined £150 each and ordered to pay a £15 offender’s levy

On June 25, 2018, PSNI officers went to Gill’s yard, where they found a large amount of waste consisting of scrap wood, pallets, carpet and underlay.

Discussion with Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) officers confirmed the site...
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