• Hannah Phillips

Week in the Red for Wheat Markets

Prices dropped across all major ports throughout this week with the Chicago Wheat Swap down about $20 since last Tuesday, with crops in the US and Europe well poised to produce ample grain once the snow melts.

South Australia growers were hit with big industry news though with Viterra announcing they will no longer operate on rail in the Eyre Peninsula. In other news, the first bids for delivery to T-Ports at Lucky Bay are also in motion.

To catch up on all this news and more, tune into the interview below with Market Check's Tess Walch.

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