Organic Newsletter

Organic crops yielding well, quality a question mark


Early organic cereal yield reports are promising, growers now await their sample results. Feed demand remains low, b read more >>

So far so good for the Organic harvest


Organic crop reports from across Europe are very positive – and buyers expect prices to react accordingly. (/files/O read more >>

Organic new crop looking good, buyers hold back


Despite some dryness across regions of Europe, organic compounders are anticipating downward new crop price pre read more >>

Organic values ease, but much is dependent on the weather


Unsold old crop cereals are coming to the market, but with few buyers, values are easing. Domestic new crop is comin read more >>

Organic spring drilling successful, now we need rain


Generally crops are looking well, but there is need for rainfall across the UK and Europe. Current crop cereal value read more >>

Organic spring drilling underway – conditions are favourable


There are few concerns regarding supply of organic cereals, with current stocks looking adequate, and spring crops g read more >>

Will organic grain prices come under pressure in 2019?


Organic cereal prices eased in January despite a pick-up in demand. Whilst it is too early in the year to make accur read more >>

Organic cereals adequately supplied – where will prices head next?


Feed compounders, millers and maltsters are reportedly well covered for the remainder of winter, and the availabilit read more >>

Demand for organic milling oats continues to grow


Whilst organic feed cereals are quiet, milling oats of various grades remain very active. Lately there has also been read more >>

Organic premium cereals, and protein markets climb


Whilst organic feed cereals are oversupplied with limited demand, the opposite can be said of premium cereals.  read more >>

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