Silage / Straw / Hay Price Tracker

If you think about it I could be right
pretty sure the weather and shortages caused the high prices from the other year so no reserves carried over so effecting this years prices which are not as high thus coming down from last years prices will drop next year if the weathers/ right
If you think about it I could be right
thought about it and your still wrong :p
 
pretty sure the weather and shortages caused the high prices from the other year so no reserves carried over so effecting this years prices which are not as high thus coming down from last years prices will drop next year if the weathers/ right

thought about it and your still wrong :p
If the man in the middle talks the job up at one end and down at the other the belt falls off the pulley in the end
 
pretty sure the weather and shortages caused the high prices from the other year so no reserves carried over so effecting this years prices which are not as high thus coming down from last years prices will drop next year if the weathers/ right

thought about it and your still wrong :p
Hasn’t been bad weather for 6/7 years though has it?
 
Location
Devon
Forage trade very slow at 2 local sales.

Round bale hay £25/26 bale.
Anything but grade one silage around £22/26 round bale
Straw selling a bit better with Round bale barley making £25 bale.

Both sale's had approx 40% unsold.

500 tonnes of maize withdrawn at around £32/34 ton.
 

bobk

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Location
stafford
Forage trade very slow at 2 local sales.

Round bale hay £25/26 bale.
Anything but grade one silage around £22/26 round bale
Straw selling a bit better with Round bale barley making £25 bale.

Both sale's had approx 40% unsold.

500 tonnes of maize withdrawn at around £32/34 ton.
Got nothing up here dave , scarcer than squirrel sh!t .
 

Forage Trader

Member
Location
Ceredigion
Forage trade very slow at 2 local sales.

Round bale hay £25/26 bale.
Anything but grade one silage around £22/26 round bale
Straw selling a bit better with Round bale barley making £25 bale.

Both sale's had approx 40% unsold.

500 tonnes of maize withdrawn at around £32/34 ton.
Who was the maize with .PM me if you would be so kind
 

carpenter1

Member
Location
devon
I see stags have finally put their online sale live, a lot seems to have been pulled from the sale. Why do they include the lots, is it just to make it look like there are lots?
 
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