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Domestic Market Still no change in the domestic market with barley slow to move due to the import of maize and slowing feed demand. Barley that is moving has been sold at up to €190/t and wheat is moving easier at an average of €205/t. The situation is now critical due to the likelihood of […]

There is no change in the domestic market with barley still slow to move due to the import of cheaper maize. This situation is really unacceptable considering we have had one of our lowest barley harvests on record. On the other hand, there is good demand for wheat as it is more difficult to substitute […]

On the domestic front demand for feed is beginning to edge lower following the jump in demand over the past three weeks. Farmers and merchants are struggling to move barley however there is some demand for the smaller quantities of wheat remaining in store. As we approach April there is now a real worry that […]

IFA Grain Committee Chairman Mark Browne has said the decision by the EU Commission and endorsed by the Member States not to renew Chlorothalonil is a severe blow for the Irish tillage sector.

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