GIWA releases initial forecast for WA crop area of 8.6Mha

Winter crop now being planted in WA is forecast to cover 8,595,000ha, according to GIWA’s first crop report for the season…Read More

Grain Central, April 19, 2024

Feedgrain Focus: Sowing, lower dollar lift wheat, barley

Prices for winter cereals have risen by up to $10/t in the past week to reflect stronger export demand for wheat and a local call for barley…Read More

Liz Wells, April 18, 2024

Boomi farms, EP, Downs, North Burnett holdings change hands

Adjoinging farms north of Moree, Kanglea on Eyre Peninsula, Oakleigh West on the Darling Downs, and Hidden Valley at Mundubbera are among the latest properties to change hands…Read More

Linda Rowley, April 19, 2024

Ag to overtake mining as China’s top Australian investment

Agribusiness is set to overtake mining as China‚Äôs top destination for investment in Australia, a new report has found…Read More

Linda Rowley, April 18, 2024

Calls grow to introduce container levy instead of BPL

The push to introduce a container levy as a substitute for the controversial Biosecurity Protection Levy is gaining momentum…Read More

Emma Alsop, April 18, 2024

On-farm trials key to growing mungbean production: GRDC

A four-year project designed to equip growers with the tools, tactics and confidence to successfully grow mungbeans is being launched across Qld and NSW…Read More

Grain Central, April 19, 2024

Daily Market Wire 19 April 2024

European and Russian cereals contend with weather risks, the former too cold and the latter too hot. Western Australian barley export demand surges…Read More

Lachstock Consulting, April 19, 2024

Rain at harvest dashes hopes for record mungbean crop

The mungbean harvest is well advanced, and presenting a mixed bag across key growing regions, with damage caused by rain in southern Qld dashing hopes for a record crop. ..Read More

Emma Alsop, April 17, 2024

Namoi FY24 earnings lift amid ownership uncertainty

Namoi Cotton, has announced a growth in earnings for its year to February, amid ongoing uncertainty surrounding the company’s future ownership…Read More

Grain Central, April 17, 2024

Daily Market Wire 18 April 2024

France confirms lower cereals area, maintains rapeseed plant. Germany welcomes warm temps aiding crops. Australia bins sorghum crop amid varied specification…Read More

Lachstock Consulting, April 18, 2024

APVMA to stay in Armidale as independent authority

In its response to Ken Matthews’ report, the Federal Government has today announced the APVMA will remain in Armidale as an independent authority. ..Read More

Grain Central, April 17, 2024

Briefs: DE silos sells, Kotzur Charlton opens, two leave MIL board

In business news, DE Engineers silo division has sold to Satake, Kotzur has lifted its profile in Qld, and Murray Irrigators Ltd is looking for two replacement board members…Read More

Grain Central, April 16, 2024

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