Contents tagged with Grain Market Daily

23 February 2024

May-24 UK feed wheat futures edged higher again yesterday and could be on course for the first week-on-week rises of 2024.

22 February 2024

As South American soyabean crops mature and harvests progress, a record continental crop is set to come to the market.

21 February 2024

The gap between the UK monthly average ex-farm spot price for bread and feed wheat widened in January to £66.40/t. This was up compared to £60.00/t in December, and up from £56.70/t a year earlier. It is also well above the five-year average of £27.10/t for the month of January.

20 February 2024

In the first half of the 2023/24 marketing season the UK exported oats at a faster pace than average, despite a below average availability.

21 February 2024

Spring barley planting in France is off to a slower start, as the market focuses on the projections revealed at the USDA Outlook Forum.

15 February 2024

Through 2022 and the first half of 2023, straw was an unusual farm input – it did not see any inflation while other key raw materials were setting price records.

14 February 2024

AHDB’s latest GB fertiliser prices were published yesterday including data up to January. The figures showed that the spot price for imported ammonium nitrate (AN) eased last month to £350/t.

13 February 2024

Old crop wheat prices remain under pressure. UK wheat futures (May-24) have lost over 14% since the start of 2024, and pressure continues to loom on the market.

9 February 2024

There were no bullish drivers in this month’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE), published by the USDA last night.

9 February 2024

For the 2023/24 marketing year apart from the second Brazilian maize crop, most of the global grain supply is accounted for.

9 February 2024

Last Thursday, AHDB published the latest GB animal feed production figures, including data on cereal usage and feed production up to December.

7 February 2024

Current prices point to a larger US soyabean area for harvest 2024, at the expense of maize.

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