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Discussion in 'Livestock & Forage' started by sleepy, Feb 14, 2013.
How much you got?
There was a dealer quoted me from Scotland it was less than that by a bit
I will try and find a number for you although you have probably got it
Johnnie Matthew have you tried him?
Might have some rape left but the wheats all sold.
Does Pea Straw have any value? bailed too much and have a load or so free
1.2m tall (biggest?) height, about 2m long.
Oxfordshire location, shed stored so very dry.
It’s good stuff don’t know how much though
good dry pea haulm is good for dry cows or lambing ewes . Worth about £60 a tonne ex farm. Some sheep boys dont like it if the crop was desiccated before combining but I never found out why !
@Forage Trader any thoughts?
Send me your details be your way next week
Did anyone go to Tenbury Wells today
I'm feeding both and this years wheat is gone first before this years barley
what you going to do when its back down to 45
The straw sold at £45 caused the high prices of late and the choppers to come in
Make a loss of £15 a ton, or tell them to put the choppers on !.
did it that's not my reckoning
If you think about it I could be right
I haven’t bought much straw for less than £85 a tonne for years now
If a farmer is selling it for £45 there’s £40 a tonne somewhere so wagon and drag x25 tonnes leaves £1000 somewhere
Or x20 leaves £800
No wonder there’s been shortages
Dutch are paying £75 on the east coast I was quoted £40/ton to haul that to Wales today. Even at £30 ton rmto haul which is cheap it's still £105 . I haven't seen any straw at £45 yet
No neither have I