Organic Newsletter

What impact will dryness have on organic new crop?


Despite significant doubts over new crop organic yield & quality, markets are yet to react. Dryness across the c read more >>

Dry weather concerns for organic new crop, but old crop weighs on the market


Old crop organic feed wheat markets remain congested, with some carryover expected. New crop markets await direction read more >>

Old crop continues to emerge, as feed demand falls


Plentiful spot supply of organic wheat weighs on the feed market, although feed barley and feed oats will more easil read more >>

All eyes on the weather!


With the UK unsure whether spring has sprung, or if it’s still winter, the spring drilling campaign struggles to get read more >>

Organic barley and beans in demand, milling oats too.


February was an active month for organic feed grains across the board, with the milling oat market also performing w read more >>

Milling Oats demand continues to grow


Organic milling oat demand continues to grow across the UK and Europe, contact us to access these markets. (/f read more >>

Organic grain markets await direction at the start of 2018


Happy New Year from all at Saxon Agriculture!.Organic grain markets fell dormant over the festive period, and now aw read more >>

Winter weather spurs organic cereal and protein demand.


Farmers and compounders are busy buying organic cereals and proteins to cover the remainder of winter, although mark read more >>

“Have domestic organic cereal markets hit their peak?”


Domestic organic cereal values leapt in October as autumn/winter feed demand grew and farm stocks quickly tightened, read more >>

Winter demand for domestic organic grain rises, values climb.


Feed compounders are now finalising their Oct-Dec purchasing of both domestic organic cereals and pulses. Milling read more >>

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