Cereals & Oilseeds

23 November 2020

UK old crop (May-21) feed wheat futures continued to firm last week, up £2.20/t Friday-Friday, closing at £193.00/t. New crop futures (Nov-21) also firmed, but to a lesser extent, up £1.15/t over the same period, ending the week at £160.00/t.

24 November 2020

New AHDB Board member to help malting industry meet carbon targets

20 November 2020

AHDB Milling Wheat Week

25 February 2021

Hear from the wheat quality award winning farmers of harvest 2020

24 February 2021

Designed for milling wheat growers, breeders, agronomists, millers and merchants to discuss key developments in supply chain and policy development.

23 February 2021

First webinar in Milling Wheat Week looking at technical and production matters along with a grower's perspective.

20 November 2020

Over the course of this season the UK market wheat market has been understandably firm. Low production, coupled with global support from the maize market, has resulted in UK feed wheat prices (May-21) continuing to set contract highs. The support for physical premiums at the moment is seen for both feed wheat over futures and for milling wheat over feed wheat.

20 November 2020

In this week’s blog, our lead analyst for livestock Duncan Wyatt looks at the potential implications of leaving the EU for our beef, lamb and pork sectors and what producers can do to prepare.

19 November 2020

David Aglen, host of AHDB Strategic Cereal Farm Scotland, is the Farms Manager at Balbirnie Home Farms in East Fife.

20 November 2020

From markets and labour to farm economics, our FAQs cover a wide range of topics on the EU exit and signpost to more information.

20 November 2020

Agricultural Policy is devolved in the UK which means that different countries are able to take different approaches. In this article we look at plans for a 'Sustainable Farming Scheme' in Wales.

19 November 2020

A second 8Mt+ barley crop in two seasons, has again meant that exports are going to be key for the UK barley market. However, exporting this season is not straight forward, with a challenging global market, and strong export competition.

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