Concentrate Price Tracker

Discussion in 'Livestock & Forage' started by Steakeater, Jan 28, 2014.

  1. spin cycle

    spin cycle Member

    Location:
    north norfolk
    think i've got some nice barley from a neighbour(y)....beet pulp £230t from local supplier(y).....probably get some multimix to even up protein:)

    local mole country stores told me ewe pencils coming down £1/bag on monday....so £240ish t ?.......funny the mvf rep didn't mention it:rolleyes:
     
  2. aled1590

    aled1590 Member

    Would oats and soya be adequate for inlambers?
     
  3. Northeastfarmer

    Location:
    Cleveland
    Yes
     
  4. Poorbuthappy

    Poorbuthappy Member

    Location:
    Devon
    £64 premium for totes - that's taking the mickey.
     
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  5. Forever Fendt

    Forever Fendt Member

    Location:
    Derbyshire
    soon pay for a bin at that
     
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  6. CNH UK

    CNH UK New Member

    19% protein ewe rolls, Wynstay Herefordshire bulk min 4 tonne £212
     
  7. bazza3034

    bazza3034 Member

    Location:
    co.tyrone
    Any 1 mixing there own home feed for fattn suckler is sugar beet in root form anygood thinkn of mix my own cause every time the meal lorry comes another two calf follow him home appreciate a good ration that any1 could come up with using 14% protein mix at the min with added yeast 220 aton delivered
     
  8. exmoor dave

    exmoor dave Member

    Location:
    exmoor, uk
    £243 for mvf prestige 20% 6ton bulk.

    Changed to mvf premier 20% from another supplier last year, was very pleased with it,

    Hay not so good this year so opted for a better grade of cake.
    Prestige looks very good on paper.
     
  9. gone up the hill

    Location:
    Devon
    Mole valley feeds aren't the cheapest but they are very good quality and stock do very well on them.
     
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  10. rhuvid

    rhuvid Member

    Anyone heard of prices for Maize bulk? Hear sugar beet pellets have risen quite abit.
     
  11. pine_guy

    pine_guy Member

    Location:
    North Cumbria
    picked up a 5 ton in bulk of Wheat distillers from a local mill yesterday, £189/t. Didn't shop around, as needed some protein and its very handy.
     
  12. simon a

    simon a New Member

    What in it
     
  13. Bruised barley (collected by us) £148/t yesterday.

    Up £20 on the last load.
     
  14. Northeastfarmer

    Location:
    Cleveland
    Seems dear
     
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  15. Thomas-milmain

    Location:
    Sw Scotland
    How much do you use?
     
  16. That's what I thought. But they had 2 arctics unloaded, and all was sold before it came. And they are waiting on more coming in.


    Usually about 25-30 tonne. Might be nearer 40 this year. We can not accept arctics.
     
  17. Northeastfarmer

    Location:
    Cleveland
    I bought some barley in delivered for £129 and picked some up off farm for £120
     

  18. Bruised?


    £128 was what we paid for the first 2 loads last autumn.
     
  19. Northeastfarmer

    Location:
    Cleveland
    Not bruised as roll it ourselves but can get it rolled for £11/T if I wanted
     
  20. Well that brings you to £140 anyway with their haulage. So I'm not that much over really. Stuff I got is from a dealer, we collect from his yard, but the barley came from Perth, so there's haulage on it anyway.
     

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