Humphrey Feeds and Pullets, have been featured in a four page article in the latest edition of Farmers Weekly magazine.
A `no deal’ seems to be ever more likely, which could push sterling even weak against both the Euro and Dollar. The idea that the pound could fall to Parity is now starting to be more real despite a little bounce in values last week, and if you are buying your Euros privately to go abroad, it is already under parity!
The most recent monthly USDA report was an important point…
Devaluation of GBP continues; Currency having an effect on agri markets; Approx £45 price difference year on year for November futures; Barley market concerns due to no-deal Brexit; US/China trade talks lead to lower US wheat prices; China threat to retaliate against US tariffs; Global wheat futures look good; Ukrainian winter yields high; Soya bean market continues to feel pressure; Potential for UK soya prices to rise; What links farming and vampires? Well hopefully not too much these days…
UK wheat spiked; Significant devaluation of sterling; No deal Brexit more likely; Old wheat crop below futures price; Potential early cereal exports this season; World wheat crop down 6 Mln T; Argentina could have record wheat harvest; Soya bean and meal price slightly down; Unknown size of 2019 soya crop;
Sterling 2 year low; No-deal Brexit more likely; Recession forecast worsens; Harvest 2019 mid flow; Good Barley yields; Russian crops affected by weather; Ukraine reports better yields; Protein content in Brazilian soya low; Chinese / US dramas continue; US Soya bean market pressured by weather, and Fancy a good read….
Ian Waldron is a fourth-generation farmer near South Molton in Devon. Originally a dairy farmer, he moved to egg production nine years ago and now runs a 12,700 bird operation.
Lots of variation in wheat pricing; Wheat markets quiet with Independence Day; Overall positive new crop outlook across EU; UK barley crop harvest indicating positive yields; Spanish and Russian barley crop also looking positive; China demand driving Argentina soya prices; EU rape production significantly lower; When are a narwhal and a beluga not quite what they seem. When they are a belwhal. 50:50 DNA mix of the two. Find out more.
We are featured in NFU Poultry magazine, with an article on pullet delivery “Getting off to a good start”. Poultry specialist James Wilson was featured in the article, along with our customer Susie Macmillan of Macs Farm in East Sussex.
Humphrey Pullets were announced as winners of Pullet Rearer of the Year in the 2019 National Egg & Poultry Awards. Charles MacLeod was handed the award at a prestigious ceremony at London’s Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington on Thursday night (4 July).
Currency continues to have major effect; Political instability from Brexit and internal political unrest; Wheat has traded in narrow range; Less French imports expected; US weather remains key driver; Midwest wettest 12 months on record; USDA report caused some volatility; Ongoing trade dispute between US and China; Maize prices strongly supported feeding through to Soya market; USDA downgrade estimates for soya acreage and yield. The ice cream vans are silent in New York
Brexit plays politics with UK markets; US weather remains a big focus with heavy rains predicted; No end in sight for US/China trade deals; US farmer confidence low; Russian story is looking bright; EU crop remains promising with good balance of rain and sunshine; Soya bean market dropping fast; China reducing demand for soya; Ancient Bronze age birdman discovered in 5000 year old grave.
The June edition of Ranger magazine, featured an article on “The causes of smothering and how to reduce it”. Humphrey Feeds and Pullets, poultry specialist James Wilson was featured in the article, along with our customer Andrew Cardy of Riverways Farm in Berkshire.
Poultry specialist James Wilson has everything he needs to help monitor productivity when he visits his Humphrey Feeds and Pullets customers, from bird and egg weighing scales to ph. water testing kits, but most importantly he brings 12 years of poultry experience to the kitchen table.
UK wheat risen steeply over last couple of weeks; Theresa May announcing resignation caused steep weakening of sterling against Euro and dollar; Weather in Midwest US has been wettest on record; Global grain followed US maize upward; Indications positive for wheat crops in Russia, Europe and UK; President Trump fuels trade disruption with 5% tariff against Mexico Exports; North Korea confirm outbreak of African swine fever near border with China
Gwenda Wozencraft and David Hope, poultry specialists from the Humphrey Feeds and Pullets sales team, attended the Alltech Ideas Conference 2019 (ONE19) in Kentucky, USA