Cereals & Oilseeds

14 June 2022

Free to attend with a mix of marquee exhibits and field based demonstrations

24 May 2022

Since the war between Russia and Ukraine started, oilseed markets have been shaken considerably.

23 May 2022

Global grains saw another week of high volatility last week. Though prices began to pull back as we headed towards the end of the week, on some profit-taking. A bull market needs new news to keep climbing, especially at such high levels.

20 May 2022

Last week I took you through the impact Mark’s nitrogen fertiliser application scenarios could have for harvest 2022. But what about harvest 2023?

19 May 2022

We are fast approaching harvest 22 and looking now to harvest 23 for cropping decisions, but the cost and margin picture looks very different to this time last year. UK feed wheat new crop futures (Nov-22) closed yesterday at £340.10/t. This is almost double the price from this time last year, where new crop futures (Nov-21) closed at £178.75/t (18 May 2021).

16 June 2022

With Bruce Daisley, author, ex vice president of Twitter, and workplace culture enthusiast.

18 May 2022

In my article last week, I discussed how rapeseed for the next marketing year (2022/23), withstanding any extreme weather events, will likely be in better global supplies.

17 May 2022

New crop wheat futures hit contract highs yesterday, with Monday’s USDA crop progress report adding to supply worries that have been increasingly growing in recent weeks.

16 May 2022

Overwhelmingly positive feedback from levy payers

13 May 2022

High input costs are front and foremost of growers minds. UK produced Ammonium Nitrate (AN) increased 182% between Jun-21 and Mar-22, to a price of £839.00/t. With the outlook for natural gas prices (the feed stock for AN) well supported, driven by the war in Ukraine, it is well to assume that fertiliser prices could stay strong for the foreseeable future.

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