Organic arable

Price data

January 2015



Wheat, milling
(*protein dependant - contact merchant)

Wheat, feed





Oats, milling

Oats, feed







Feed Price

The prices listed above (other than those for milling wheat and oats) indicate the feed value of material ex-farm for movement for the next month.  These results are averaged from information collected from key producers, traders and feedmills. Prices serve as a guide only - actual prices will depend on volume, availability, quality and supply.

For a list of organic grain merchants please send a request (together with your name and producer membership/licensee number) to - or call 0117 314 5100

Market report - 19 January 2014

Courtesy of Simon Tubbs, Saxon Agriculture

Arable markets have been a little reluctant to get back under way following the festive season break. Prices have stayed firm, but appear to have found a level as buyers have resisted anything but their immediate requirements. The relatively limited supply of domestic organic material this season has kept values supported, but we do feel that the non-organic feed market is likely to fall sharply given a larger crop figure this year. We are concerned that if this does occur, it could lead organic feed values lower in turn.

Milling wheat however remains keenly sought after, and there are better prospects too for malting barley and milling oats, should samples achieve the grade. To conclude, with export restrictions now being imposed in Russia, and possibly also from Ukraine too, markets have some support for now, but when internal EU unsold supplies are offered to the market in any volume, can current values be sustained? Talk to your trader!