Ive seen a couple of earlier posts mentioning the 250 £ feed wh as their next sell so am thinking here 240, £,7000 a load is a whole lot better than my worst ever in the last 35 years £66/t under £2000....Sell a bit?
I said £235 for feed. Got there, did a little, set next target at £250. Will do a couple of loads when it gets there.
Suggested that idea with my neighbour..........didn't go down welljust sell it via someone who has assurance and bung them a couple £ a t for their trouble ......... Bent yes ? bent as the corrupt system that created this stupidity ........ NOT ........ traceable as anything actually Red Tractor assured ......... YES
Make a mockery of it all - it will help its downfall showing how easily by passable and therefore how pointless it actually is and we all know loads of farmers are already doing this anyway
i prefer shredded wheat 100% british wheat
with the uk climate it is unlikely that any wheat has zero ergot
some varieties have a lot more than others
hard wheats are often more suceptable than soft wheats rialto was particulaly bad
and spring wheats are on another level
the answer is a colour sorter or buy wheat from the hotter growing countries
Suggested that idea with my neighbour..........didn't go down well
Milling wheat £267 for Jan I did say I would sell at £250 ,hmm no idea what to do now
Different to previous highs.Full spec milling will be over £300 before this season is done IMO - there is a serious shortage and its not easy to import it as it was / UK wheat is priced export competitive right now so no one is going to be importing much in a hurry
My neighbour is where I store my grain, along with a few other farmers.doesn't need to be a neighbour - your collection location could be anywhere, you just need a assured farm to pass the deal through and get some stickers from
it's an utter joke - I know of farms that do this a LOT
My neighbour is where I store my grain, along with a few other farmers.
I (jokingly of course) suggested that I stop RT and we can split the price difference. A few extra ££ for him for NO extra work.
He was not keen. Repercussions could be severe if - somehow - found out. Fair enough I thought.
Tbh it's (definitely not) sold with his stickers on anyways.