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Thread: Barley Malting Premiums

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    sandersj89
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    Barley Malting Premiums

    Have got some spring barley that has made malting spec unexpectedly, no contract to grow it but have found a buyer who wants it locally.

    Not discussed price as yet so interested in peoples view of premiums for malting?

    Thanks
    Jerry

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    Chris
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    Re: Barley Malting Premiums

    No idea what the premium is at the moment, but being really cheeky, if they are looking for more I have 2 loads a couple of loads which should make malt depending on the germination

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    einstein
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    Re: Barley Malting Premiums

    malting premium-well there hardly is one afaik-i think about a fiver is all i was offered.190 was the last offer i had for my tipple that made malt.How much is feed barley??

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    sandersj89
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    Re: Barley Malting Premiums

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    No idea what the premium is at the moment, but being really cheeky, if they are looking for more I have 2 loads a couple of loads which should make malt depending on the germination
    I will ask for you Chris. Buyer is about half way between us I think if I remember your location correctly.

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    Farmer T
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    Re: Barley Malting Premiums

    Yup only about 5....... at the moment. Scotland is largely uncut at the moment (?) and although merchants say Europe could export some in- its still got to cost something getting it in. Rumour has it malsters run their stocks very low this year expecting a bumper harvest and lower prices. Malting barley normally follows milling wheat which currently has 20 premium. I would hold if you can

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    Condi
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    Re: Barley Malting Premiums

    Quote Originally Posted by Farmer T View Post
    Rumour has it malsters run their stocks very low this year expecting a bumper harvest and lower prices. Malting barley normally follows milling wheat which currently has 20 premium. I would hold if you can
    Rumours can be dangerous things - sometimes they have basis, sometimes somebody wants to talk the market, or more correctly, hopes for a move in the market.

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