Wheat harvest average in both quality and quantity, prices good

Murska Sobota – The wheat harvest in Pomurje in the north-east, Slovenia’s granary, is over, brining an average amount and quantity. According to Danilo Meolic from the Murska Sobota Chamber of Agriculture and Forestry, wheat is being bought at prices that are “satisfactory and comparable to those in neighbouring countries and other EU countries.” Farmers received EUR 370-390 a tonne for top quality wheat, while wheat for fodder was sold from about EUR 300 a tonne. Meolic welcomed the government’s decision to buy wheat for commodity reserves. “Wheat is the…

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