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Silos for sale in A&B Grains liquidation

Liz Wells, 01 March 2018

Silos, grain, and plant and equipment formerly owned by A&B Grains at Oakey are being sold by its liquidator to clarify the company’s financial position, which includes a debt of $3 million in total owing to unsecured creditors.

Ingham’s buys Baiada’s Wacol feedmill

Liz Wells, 22 February 2018

Australia and New Zealand’s largest integrated poultry producer, Ingham’s, has bought the Wacol feedmill west of Brisbane from Baiada as part of its push to expand feedmilling capacity in line with its continued growth in chicken and turkey production.

CHS Broadbent buys GrainFlow’s Jondaryan site

Liz Wells, 22 November 2017

CHS Broadbent has increased its storage and handling capabilities with the purchase of the Cargill-owned GrainFlow site at Jondaryan on southern Queensland’s Darling Downs.

National Agriculture Day: a time to celebrate the grains industry

Grain Central, 21 November 2017

Today is Australia’s inaugural National Agriculture Day, a day to celebrate Australia’s 25,000 grain farming businesses which each year produce an astonishing amount of grain for consumers in domestic and overseas markets.

South Australian grain co-op signs up for port pact

Grain Central, 20 November 2017

A grain growers’ co-operative in South Australia has signed a deal to develop a logistics/export business.

Silo bag grain storage grows in popularity + VIDEO

Grain Central, 09 November 2017

The use of bulk grain bags for on-farm storage can be cost-effective, provide flexibility in harvesting logistics and allow growers to take advantage of grain marketing opportunities.

World crop upgrade fails to dampen global barley/wheat price rise

Grain Central, 03 October 2017

Price indices have risen again for the month of September, with barley up 8 per cent and wheat up 5pc, while prices of soybeans, rice and corn also lifted, according to the London-based International Grains Council (IGC).

No drop in grain freight costs seen from coastal shipping bill

Guest Author, 18 September 2017

The Coastal Trading (Revitalising Australian Shipping) Amendment Bill 2017 currently before the Australian Parliament is unlikely to bring about any reduction in the cost of shipping grain between Australian ports.

Grower-owned grain site planned for Bridgewater

Guest Author, 15 September 2017

Plans for the development of a 60,000-tonne grain receival site in the central Victorian town of Bridgewater on Loddon are attracting plenty of interest following an initial grower meeting held this week.

Norman Farming to sell Border Rivers cotton, grain holdings

Guest Author, 12 September 2017

The Norman family is selling its irrigated and dryland cotton, grain and pulse-growing operation on the Queensland-New South Wales border via an international expression of interest campaign.