Second biggest winter crop valued at near-record $35.5 billion: ABARES

The gross value of crop production is estimated to have reached a near-record $35.5 billion in 2020–21, boosted by Australia’s second-biggest winter crop on record and relatively high world grain and oilseed prices…Read More

Grain Central, June 16, 2021

Push to boost demand for Australian barley in Vietnam

Vietnamese grain customers are showing strong interest in using more clean, green and nutritious Australian barley in animal feed rations…Read More

Grain Central, June 7, 2021

China is buying barley – just not from Australia

Australia remains locked out of China for our barley, but this hasn’t stopped China from making large purchases from other suppliers which assists Australia by competing in other destinations without giving away too much on price…Read More

Andrew Whitelaw, Thomas Elder Markets, May 31, 2021

One year on, what has been the impact of China’s tariff on barley?

One year ago China slammed an 80.5 per cent tariff on Australian barley. What has been the real impact?..Read More

Andrew Whitelaw, Thomas Elder Markets, May 21, 2021

Grain takes advantage of strong export demand: Rural Bank

Rural Bank says exporters are being booked out until April as Australian grain prices become increasingly attractive to international buyers…Read More

Grain Central, February 8, 2021

AEGIC hosts feedgrain webinars for Philippines, Thailand

AEGIC has hosted webinars aimed at expanding Australian feedgrain use in The Philippines and Thailand…Read More

Grain Central, February 8, 2021

Australian December barley exports nudge 1Mt

December saw Australian barley exports nudge 1 million tonnes, with Saudi Arabia and Thailand the major buyers, with support from other volume buyers across Asia and the Middle East…Read More

Liz Wells, February 5, 2021

Australia’s wheat relationship with the rest of the world explained

Price risk management is crucial to both sellers and buyers of grain. There are many ways to protect from price risk. One of the most underutilised is the use of futures contracts…Read More

Andrew Whitelaw, Thomas Elder Markets, January 28, 2021

Australian exports 234,271t canola in November

Australia’s canola exports were rekindled as new season commenced shipping in November. Europe and east Asia the main destination regions…Read More

Liz Wells, January 25, 2021

Argentina causing grain market turmoil…

The crippling strike by Argentina’s port-side oilseed workers was finally resolved last week allowing production at the country’s soybean crush facilities to return to normal and a resumption of port loading operations along the Parana River…Read More

Grain Brokers Australia, January 6, 2021

China’s voracious appetite for grain yet to be satisfied

China’s appetite for imported grain for human and animals use is big, and how much of it Australia can satisfy depends on how well the two countries can resolve current tensions…Read More

Grain Brokers Australia, December 1, 2020

Barley, wheat reset in wake of China trade restrictions: Rural Bank

THE imposition of an 80.5 per cent tariff on Australian barley imports by China in mid-May has severely restricted Australia’s barley trade into China and highlighted the risks of being..Read More

Grain Central, November 19, 2020

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