Poland is the biggest triticale producer in the world with a growing area of 1,4 Million hectares and a crop of 5,2 Million tons in 2009. The biggest portion by far is being fed on farm, a smaller part sold in the free market, and in good years, Poland is an important exporter of triticale as well as of rye.
Prices depend on grain world markets. In the average of the years 2009 - 2011 prices for triticale in Poland were between 9 and 20 % higher than those of rye, though clearly below those of wheat which in Poland mainly is used for baking purposes. Probably the reason for these high differences is a considerable over production of rye for bread, whereas there is not that much plenty of wheat.
The price development can be seen from tables and graphs under