Combinables Price Tracker

Discussion in 'Cropping' started by Jerry, Feb 14, 2013.

  1. silverfox

    silverfox Member

    Yes, despite a few wet nights , it’s very dry here atm . Crops look well though
     
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  2. bovrill

    bovrill Member

    Location:
    East Essex
    I seem to remember talk of someone getting a crop of spring barley from a reservoir in '76!
     
  3. Wombat

    Wombat Member

    Location:
    East yorks
    Yup we are all topped up and ready for a good dry year again
     
  4. gone

    gone Member

    Location:
    Carlow Ireland
    :scratchhead: Not sure about that, but I'm sure that it is difficult to farm without it.
     
  5. wellingtonfarmer

    Location:
    Herefordshire
    What are feed oats worth now? I’m in the market for some if anyone has any?
     
  6. CornishRanger

    CornishRanger Member

    Location:
    Cornwall
    I'm in a similar boat, my usual suppliers are going plant their surplus rather than buy seed which they tell me is very expensive and not very good germination. Can't find anyone locally with any spare. So their probably not cheap....
     
  7. Brisel

    Brisel Member

    Location:
    Dorset
    Feed wheat £155 Jan/March 2020

    Trying to second guess the Deal vote on Tuesday by taking some cover.
     
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  8. Chae1

    Chae1 Member

    Location:
    Aberdeenshire
    How much are you doing? I'm tempted to lock in 1t/acre of harvest 19.

    If it's rejected though will that not weaken the £ and benefit us anyway.
     
  9. Daniel

    Daniel Member

    Booked 1t/ac feed wheat for September 19 back in August for £165, doesn’t seem to have moved much?
     
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  10. Iben

    Iben Member

    Location:
    Fife
    What do options cost for that period?

    It's certainly a big call at the moment which way anything will go in next few months. I suppose the aim at the moment must be to protect against risk of losses rather than hoping to maximise profits. (not that is a bad thing)
     
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  11. A lot of good looking crops at the moment, I’m wondering what stories are going to come out if we have a big export surplus which could keep prices down. Did a couple loads Nov £156, might do some more methinks.
     
  12. Cowski

    Cowski Member

    Location:
    South West
    Argentina having a fantastic growing season, Brazil pondering whether they will break crop records. How are other cropping regions doing?
     
  13. chipchap

    chipchap Member

    Location:
    South Shropshire
    It’s all about currency for harvest’19
     
  14. bankrupt

    bankrupt Member

    Location:
    EX17/20
    Done 1t/acre for 2019 crop at £160+.

    This will lock in a substantial profit on some of the acreage at 2014-17 yields.

    And lead to yet another substantial loss at our 2018 yields, if repeated.

    (y)(y)
     
  15. Lincsman

    Lincsman Member

    Location:
    Lincolnshire
    My best sale for 2019 crop is £172 for feed wheat nov collection, done on 7/8/18
     
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  16. Brisel

    Brisel Member

    Location:
    Dorset
    Just over half budgeted yield. I can turn a profit at that. No osr done yet as I’m still concerned that flea beetle could kill a fair chunk of the crop. Wheat is harder to market under WTO than barley so I’ve only done a little bit of malting barley marketing.
     
  17. Chae1

    Chae1 Member

    Location:
    Aberdeenshire
    It's all malting barley we grow, but contracts are £20 above wheat futures.

    Would get £180 at moment. Which would be a decent profit. Did some at £190 in October.

    Gut says spot market will start with a 2 at harvest.
     
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  18. Brisel

    Brisel Member

    Location:
    Dorset
    There’s more wheat in the ground because of the kind autumn so less spring barley down south.
     
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  19. Brisel

    Brisel Member

    Location:
    Dorset
    I can’t remember where the options prices are listed. I’ll have a look around the LIFFE websites later.
     
  20. bankrupt

    bankrupt Member

    Location:
    EX17/20
    (y)

    Don't suppose you've bought very much land, recently.
     

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