Thought I might aswell start this as we probably have observations in our minds at the moment. This year has further driven home to me the importance of having a spread of crop types where possible WOSR looks excellent and didn’t suffer visibly from the wet autumn or dry spring. Price fell with crude oil but has recovered well. Winter wheat suffered from the wet autumn but has recovered dramatically since then. Winter barley as above. Spring barley had a great start here but has thinned a bit on the lighter land. It looks better on the heavier ground. There’s a strong chance that wheat will be worth more than barley this harvest. First straw phone call the other night - it was for wheaten straw. Fingers crossed that we all get decent harvest weather.