Feed wheat hits 'worrying' high

May 2007
Poultry World;May2007, Vol. 161 Issue 5, p17
Trade Publication
The article reports on an increase in the price of feed wheat in Great Britain in April 2007. According to the author, the increase maintains a worrying trend for all sectors of the poultry industry. He observes that longer-term trends keep pushing up the cost of cereals, including diminishing intervention stocks in the European Union, bad news on harvests around the world due to unreliable weather and the explosion in demand for acreage for biofuel production.


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