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Dont forget high protein liquids to replace limited European rapemeal and British wheat distillers feed [ https://t.co/OePqN1a8He

@KWFeeds 6 Jun 18

Global weather impact and concern = falling feed supply. Forward buying vital to manage future price risk [ https://t.co/RQ9lhmenQa

@KWFeeds 4 Jun 18

Early summer wheatfeed up 25/t since January but still good value for starch against old crop cereals [https://t.co/EbEMxKCzHL] #KWArticle

@KWFeeds 31 May 18

Protein prices remain high as Argentine soyabean harvest, crush capacity and export potential shrink [ https://t.co/iygiIn9ztc

@KWFeeds 29 May 18

Balanced, high value diets the key to higher beef MOF too much starch overloads the rumen and cuts FCE https://t.co/m7YgQDRcnE #kwarticle

@KWFeeds 28 May 18

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Latest articles

Feed Outlook* - May 2018

First published: 25 May 18

With tight supply continuing the upward pressure on energy and protein feed prices, both summer feed buying and plans for next winter need to be well underway.

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Feed Outlook* - Apr 2018

First published: 13 Apr 18

Falling Argentine soyabean crop estimates are adding to pressure on protein feed markets, as are tight mid-protein supply and delayed turnout in the UK.

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Feed Outlook* - Mar 2018

First published: 23 Mar 18

With a reduced Argentine soyabean crop lifting protein feed prices, theres a focus on forward cover to manage risk for both summer and winter requirements.

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Feed Outlook* - Jan 2018

First published: 19 Jan 18

With global weather patterns set to impact feed markets again in 2018, spotting relevant buying opportunities and managing price volatility will be critical.

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