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Grain market news from the Irish Farmers Journal

All the latest tillage farming news including grain prices and grain markets from the Irish Farmers Journal. Keep up to date with all farming, production and grain market news developments in the tillage farming sector.
Farmers are abandoning wheat in favour of planting corn and soya beans
By Lorcan Allen on 30 November 2017
Native physical prices continue to hold in nearby positions, while the weight of global supply depresses international futures prices.
By Andy Doyle on 30 November 2017
A big demand for overall grain products is helping to hold physical prices, despite weakness in futures markets.
By Andy Doyle on 23 November 2017
Tightening global supplies of wheat and the threat of La Nina is expected to boost wheat prices in 2018.
By Lorcan Allen on 21 November 2017
Futures prices fell last week due to supply prressure, but the lack of sellers has helped to prevent any drop in physcal prices.
By Andy Doyle on 16 November 2017
A reluctance to sell is helping to hold grain price levels, but buyers remain unwilling to purchase far in advance of requirement.
By Andy Doyle on 09 November 2017
Futures markets continue to move up and down, but physical markets remain broadly static for the moment.
By Andy Doyle on 02 November 2017
With most grain buyers settling their prices over the last month, Eoin Lowry asks why Glanbia Ireland is paying the lowest price for grain in the country.
By Lorcan Allen on 02 November 2017
While sellers continue to hold out for better grain prices, low-priced maize imports continue to threaten small-grain cereal demand into the future.
By Andy Doyle on 26 October 2017
Heavy rainfall across northern Europe has delayed winter crop plantings even further.
By Lorcan Allen on 24 October 2017
In his address to the R&H Hall conference, Dan Basse looked at the many factors that might affect our current oversupplied grain markets and alluded to the importance of Russia. Andy Doyle reports.
By Andy Doyle on 26 October 2017
Weather challenges remain in completing the harvest and in getting winter crops planted.
By Justin McCarthy on 19 October 2017
Huge labour savings, fully galvanised. Heavy duty construction...

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