Glanbia announces harvest prices

GLANBIA Agribusiness announced its 2010 harvest prices for green grain this week.

Spring feed barley is €147 per tonne (€154.64 including 5.2% VAT).

Saffron contract winter barley is €157 (€165.16 incl 5.2% VAT).

Feed wheat is €157 (€165.16 incl 5.2% VAT).

Equine contract oats is €157 (€165.16 incl 5.2% VAT).

Feed oats is €142 (€149.38 incl 5.2% VAT).

Glanbia will pay the nationally agreed price for malting barley.

As in previous years, Glanbia will contract dry and store feed barley and wheat for growers who wish to sell their grain later.


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