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teslacoils

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Location
Lincolnshire
By the time I get drying, handling, weighbridge and storage off that will be a reaming
Yup. I'm the least sold coming in to harvest ever at about 25 percent wheat and no barley. I saw the us weather and European weather and thought it was only going one way. But due to other things I have no cashflow pressure and can over year the whole lot if needs be. Certainly no rush to plant at these prices.
 

Chae1

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Location
Aberdeenshire
Feed barley down to £110 up here.

Merchants talking about spot price of £130 for malting barley. Rubbish. Huge yields mean there's loads about and decent quality grain. Glad we've a fair bit on contract. The 2020 malting barley i sold @£175 looking good atm.
 
cant be long before feed wheat is under £100. must be mountains of the stuff looking for a home.
Biggest UK wheat harvest ever?
Nor here. We are down at least 0.5t/acre wheat on last year. Not a disaster but I'd say average at best, perhaps a little under. Spring barley similar to last year. Good but far from record breaking. Peas fairly poor again. Oilseed rape has done best but it was well on before all that rain in June.
 

curlietailz

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Location
Sedgefield
We cut the first field of wheat here yesterday. Third wheat Dunston. Horrible nasty field under the wood, Looked pretty crap all year and went a funny shade of orange at one point !!! Yielded about 2.5t/ac at 15.5% about 71bushel ( hope that improves “in the dryer”)

Not happy about that, but I reckon(hope) its the worst Field by far
Onwards and Upwards
 

curlietailz

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Location
Sedgefield
All the barley was Surge. Yield over the weighbridge tallied our at about 3.6t/ac at 15.5%. All straw baled
I reckon that was a financially good crop... didn’t cost much to grow

OSR yielded 1.3t/ac. Django. Bit shed out, and flea beetle ravaged about 10 acre. So happy enough with that yield
All sold and delivered into central store at under 9% so no charges.... at £327+bonuses
OSR was fairly cheap to grow this year too somehow. Happy enough with that too
 

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