Grain prices on the fence

By Jacinta Rose
Updated December 21 2015 - 4:03pm, first published February 15 2013 - 3:30am
UNCERTAIN MARKETS: Profarmer analyst Malcolm Bartholomaeus has predicted a significant fall in wheat prices, unless problems arise with the Northern Hemisphere harvest.
UNCERTAIN MARKETS: Profarmer analyst Malcolm Bartholomaeus has predicted a significant fall in wheat prices, unless problems arise with the Northern Hemisphere harvest.

SOUTH Australian graingrowers have been warned to prepare for lower harvest returns this year, with wheat prices predicted to fall as low as $220 a tonne during the 2013 harvest.

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