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Discussion in 'Livestock & Forage' started by sleepy, Feb 14, 2013.
Get an analysis on it sold a pit here £45/ton 18% protein
Maize is trading @ £35 to £45 so cant see grass being £45 but you only need two bidders.
Lot of fodder coming forward now . Hay has turned downward a little
Is hay a little over 100 now...
Im telling you what I sold grass silage for so put up or shut the fudge up.!
Also I know of a lot of maize moving for £45/ton plus ex yard
I said maize was trading at up to 45 . 2500 ton sold at Monmouth this week at £38 to £40 in 100 ton lots . Was a good sample. My neibour sold grass at £30 but I'm not surprised you sold silage at £45
Sorry I did not mean you had not sold at that .I've seen poor bale silage make over £45
Its a sellers market at the moment there's some dairy farmers in a uncomfortable place at the moment without plenty of others that could do with a buffer zone in place I know the days a drawing out but there's plenty of winter about
Jobs dropping and it’s like spring today
Based in Northern Ireland and have large quantity of good quality round bale silage and hay for sale. Know of anybody that would be interested?
There’s a fair bit of feed come onto the market last few days
looks good prices.
Good hay down here in Bristol is trading at £45 a bale, isn't cheap and I can't see it getting cheaper although it's not bad quality so I guess swings and roundabouts
There speaks someone with experience of selling on t' internet.....
Just sold a lorry load of good to average hay of 4ft rounds. Quite happy with £22.5, but what's the verdict ?
Fair or Cheap ??
Depends on location......when you hear prices of £200 / ton ( nearly 3 round bales / ton ) that sounds cheap. If your in one of those places where there's a fodder surplus.....fair.
sussex / surrey border. bulk price of £22.5 - pikes pay £25 for ones and two.
No sure about a surplus ..