The National Farmers' Union says this year's wheat harvest is likely to be smaller than last year's due to extreme weather. Figures show the area planted with winter wheat is down a quarter on the previous year.
The warning comes on the day that many of the region's farmers head to a major arable farming event in Lincolnshire. Cereals at Boothby Graffoe near Lincoln includes an Arable Conference where some of the biggest issues to affect crop farmers will be discussed.
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