Humphrey Feeds and Pullets’ poultry specialist David Hope, explains why he enjoys looking after customers - and their poultry.
Focus on May futures contract. Brexit continues to dominate minds. Currency volatile. World trade focused on Russia. Russian wheat planting at record levels. Daylight robbery of a different kind. What would the professionals make of it.
Currency effected by USDA and Brexit uncertainty. GBP showed strength. November wheat traded lower. Russian exports slowing month on month. Soya prices remain low. How to bake the perfect pizza!
Sterling rise largest in 18 months. Wheat fairly steady. European market seeing active selling. Trump tweets give rise to US prices in both wheat and soya. What colour should eggs be…? Blue?…
We have recently published a ebook on why grist size is so important for optimising the performance of a laying hen, which you can download here.
November wheat falls. Ensus to close bioethanol plant. Brexit adds to volatility. Positive weather forecasts for winter crops. Trade deals between China and Palestine.
Wheat futures remain a little lower. Currency weakness, Russian exports and changes in demand for US and other exporters cause for flattened markets given uncertainty. Soya prices rebound in wake of potential US/China trade deal.
Earlier this month we exhibited at the 27th BFREPA Annual Conference and Trade Exhibition in the Ricoh Arena, Coventry.
The Humphrey Feeds and Pullets team will be attending the Royal Welsh Winter Fair next week on 26 and 27 November 2018.
Some volatility in wheat futures. All-time high for cereal usage. Sterling strengthened. Russian exports face uncertainty. Soya prices have lifted. Fancy a bath in your favourite tipple…
Wheat futures finish similar to last week. Global cereals are affected by uncertainty. Russian exports have pushed wheat prices down. Meanwhile in Japan, the world’s strongest magnet was turned on!
In Part II of this article, we explain how we go to great lengths at Humphrey Pullets to ensure that the birds we deliver are socialized, stress-free and familiar with our customers’ laying shed conditions.
Wheat futures finish week on gain. Chequers plan is rejected by EU. Worldwide supplies are tight. Soya prices remain low. Has China solution to tariff war. Egg prices starting at £408,000…
Small price drops were the story of the wheat week with news and events affecting global supply. Russian exports continue to run solidly. Soya remained low. Three brothers grimm hit the jackpot!
Wheat market moved by Russian supply and Vivergo biofuels plant closure. Soya continues to be volatile. Watch out for black holes…