No, they just take it as milling but dock you £3 or so per tonne for being 0.2 underThanks for the replies to my question about non defaultable sales of milling premiums
I'm suspicious that should i do this my wheat will test at 12.8% - get rejected for milling - they will them make me deliver as feed (but send it for milling anyway and pocket the difference)
I thought there must be more to this that met the eye and that as usually the buyer would have it tied up so they (as the ones testing the grain) can't lose!
I sell the premiums all the time. Often four group 4 hard if they’ll give me £5/t, however with more quality wheats about, this premium is becoming harder to get.