Contents tagged with oilseed rape

16 February 2022

The weekly international grain price survey helps identify how global markets are reacting to market drivers. Moves in these markets can impact upon global market sentiment and therefore upon the UK market. The information is collected from a selection of industry sources and show the price of grains and oilseeds for export. The prices are mainly quoted as "Free on Board" which means they show the cost of grain and loading, though a few of the prices indicated include insurance and freight. The latest weekly information is published on a Monday.

8 July 2019

Norfolk grower Richard Ling committed to develop a sustainable arable business that can stand on its own two feet, at the launch of the new Diss Monitor Farm.

6 April 2022

The Early Bird Planting Survey is the first official release looking at the area intending to be planted to winter and spring crops for Great Britain. The survey is released in mid-December and replaces the previous December Survey of area carried out by Defra.

24 March 2022

The balance between supply and demand sets the overall tone of the domestic market. AHDB publishes forecasts of cereal supply and demand for the UK split into the areas of availability, consumption, exports and stocks. The estimates are updated five times a year and reported on a crop year (July – June) basis.

14 July 2021

On behalf of HMRC, AHDB have produces reference guides for trade classifications. These guides help to ensure that the correct commodity codes are used to complete arrivals and dispatches information.

29 April 2022

Through the course of the growing season, the weather is hugely influential in getting crops into the best condition for producing optimal yields. AHDB report through the winter and spring on the condition of crops, pest and disease pressures and weather patterns highlight areas of concern and where crop growth is optimum.

18 May 2022

Futures markets allow grain to be traded on contracts with predetermined prices and delivery dates in the future. The price information is collected from a range of global marketplaces and shows the price trends for a selection of commodities tendered on futures markets. Each morning, Monday through to Friday, the previous end of day settlement price is updated.

10 May 2022

The weekly feed ingredient survey identifies trends in prices for imported and domestically produced animal feed products. The prices are collected from a sample of merchants with the survey showing the indicative value of a selection of products. Each week on a Monday, the Friday spot prices are published for the current month, plus a selection of forward months. In instances where there are less than 7 days remaining in the current month, the following month is collected.

29 April 2022

The weekly delivered cereals and oilseeds price survey is a key indicator of domestic price trends. The prices are collected from a sample of merchants with the survey showing the traded value of bread wheat, feed wheat, feed barley and oilseed rape delivered to consumers. Each week on a Friday, the spot price is published for the current month, plus a selection of forward months. In instances where there are less than 7 days remaining in the current month, the following month is collected.

17 May 2022

The weekly imported price survey helps identify how competitive domestic grain is against imported materials. The prices are collected from a sample of merchants with the survey showing the value of importing feed grains and quality milling wheat into the UK. The prices collected include freight and freight operators' costs. Each week on a Tuesday, the Monday spot prices are published for the current month, plus a selection of forward months. In instances where there are less than 7 days remaining in the current month, the following month is collected.

26 April 2022

The weekly export price survey helps identify how competitive domestic surplus grain is in export markets. In years of surplus, the need to export grain increases and this price survey can be used to display how competitive we are and the likelihood of trade occurring. The prices are collected from a sample of merchants and are quoted as "Free on Board" meaning they show the cost of grain and loading. Each week on a Tuesday, the Tuesday spot prices are published for the current month, plus a selection of forward months. In instances where there are less than 7 days remaining in the current month, the following month is collected.

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