No one knows. It sheer, unadulterated guess work. Particularly on new crop. How many of us will turn down £230 as acaialable and end up loading it out of the shed at £160. This has happened before (although it was £160 we turned down and got £120)When I sold some at £252, both I and the rep agreed there were "limited downsides" but selling a bit when the money looked good was never a bad thing.
Last week I did two loads at £225 because "homes were getting booked up".
So really, who knows anything anymore?
Of course it is, because we are guessing in the dark based on the whim of people we know to be unpredictable.
Why do you think that? Not disagreeing just curious. Imo there is a risk for those of us that have harvest cash flow requirements that all homes will be booked for harvest?
I would also say, it’s palpable how vocal you are in a bull run, but how silent you are when the market turns bearish and slides