Contents tagged with Analyst Insight

20 June 2024

Domestic cash prices are likely to be impacted if the UK loses recognition under the Renewable Energy Directive (RED II).

20 June 2024

Presently, under the Renewable Energy Directive (RED II), UK-grown wheat is one of many biofuel feedstocks which can be used to supply biofuel into the EU.

28 March 2024

Wheat imports in 2023/24 will now reach 2.0 Mt AHDB estimates, as the latest crop report shows the poor condition of UK winter crops.

7 March 2024

See how UK wheat input costs rank against top global competitors and more from the international benchmarking database.

7 March 2024

This article lays out options to farmers wanting to gain additional income for their natural capital.

25 January 2024

AHDB released updated estimates of UK cereal supply and demand this morning, including the first estimates of 2023/24 exports and end of season stocks for wheat and barley.

14 December 2023

This morning, Defra released the final estimates for 2023 UK cereal and oilseed production. This is the first full UK release from Defra.

30 November 2023

The rise in UK feed wheat futures for harvest 2024 relative to world markets over recent weeks, has benefited old crop (May-24) prices too.

3 October 2023

Speculative traders hold large net-short positions in Chicago wheat and maize futures, which can be seen as anticipating a bearish outlook for wheat and maize prices.

21 September 2023

Earlier today, the final balance sheets for the 2022/23 season were published. After the full season official statistics were taken into account, residuals have been identified for wheat and maize, while a deficit for barley has been identified.

4 August 2023

While harvest 2023 is underway, it has been hindered in most regions by wet weather, with progress falling behind the previous five-year average.

10 May 2024

With harvest 2023 started for many, knowing your cost of production per tonne by crop type, is a great opportunity to manage risk and form/manage a marketing strategy for your 2023 crops.