Farmer Richard Styles in Suffolk has just written an article on www.eadt.co.uk about how the lack of rain could effect his porridge yields.
”Well next year I hope to feed roughly about 14,027 folk every day, seven days a week with a healthy bowl of porridge with my oat crop. If my yields are down 50% then about 7000 people have to eat imported oats each day. It really is that simple.”
So lets all hope for some rain so farmers like Richard get good yields and we don’t have to import to many porridge oats from abroad.
Read the full article here …