Turbulent week for wheat brings focus to new crop

Ashbridge, Ian
October 2006
Farmers Weekly;10/20/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 16, p20
Trade Publication
The article reports on an increase in feed wheat prices after export restrictions on Black Sea wheat and a shrinking harvest in Australia brought more turbulence to the market. It says that wheat exports from Ukraine ground to a halt due to the action taken by its government to protect domestic supplies after big crop losses.


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