Call for end to tariffs in Australia-EU trade negotiations

GrainGrowers is calling for an immediate and full elimination of all tariffs on grains and processed grain products as Australia and the EU sit down to trade agreement negotiations…Read More

Grain Central, September 20, 2019

Industry report delves into trade impact of non-tariff measures

A comprehensive grain industry study released today has looked into the non-tariff measures which affect the Australian grains industry…Read More

Grain Central, September 18, 2019

Cropping export volumes, values fall: Rural Bank

Australian cropping exports have declined in value for the second consecutive year in 2018/19, primarily as a result of lower production which reduced exportable supplies…Read More

Grain Central, September 16, 2019

Corn tightens but wheat and barley bountiful: IGC

The International Grains Council sees a smaller maize crop partly countering bumper harvests of wheat and barley, but world total grains trade tipping the previous peak…Read More

Grain Central, August 30, 2019

No fillip for Australian grain exports seen from Brexit

As the United Kingdom draws closer to Brexit, Australia’s grain industry is seeing little change to the limited amount of exports shipped to what was once Australia’s largest agricultural market…Read More

Liz Wells, March 27, 2019

Australian wheat exports climb 24pc over January to 895,080t

Australia exported 895,080 tonnes of wheat in January, up 24 per cent from 719,401t shipped in December, according to the latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)…Read More

Grain Central, March 14, 2019

Australia/Indonesia trade deal to boost feed grain exports

The long-awaited signing today of a landmark trade deal between Australia and Indonesia will open up new feed grain export opportunities for Australian growers…Read More

Neil Lyon, March 4, 2019

China’s ag policy impact unclear for Australian grain

China’s changing agricultural policy presents new opportunities and challenges for Australian agriculture, but could have mixed implications for grains…Read More

Grain Central, February 14, 2019

‘Millet king’ signs off on half century in the birdseed trade

More than 50 years in the business of trading millets and a range of other birdseeds has seen Terry Deacon stamp his mark as a key player in the Australian grain trading industry and earn the respected title of ‘the millet king’…Read More

Neil Lyon, January 25, 2019

WA wheat via Gladstone set to cap CQ grain market

A vessel carrying wheat from Western Australia is due to arrive in Gladstone next month to supply the piggery and feedlot sector in Central Queensland…Read More

Liz Wells, November 7, 2018

Feedgrain focus: Improved hay supply takes the top off barley price

Grain harvest has begun in all states further easing some areas of supply, but the welcome supply of hay cut from cropping country has done much to cool livestock feed shortages nearby and medium term…Read More

Henry Wells, November 2, 2018

Cargill cottonseed plant closure punches hole in feed rations

The imminent closure of Cargill’s aged oilseed crushing plant at Narrabri in north west NSW has shut off a key source of inputs for cattle feeders and impacted the balance sheets of stakeholders, Namoi Cotton and Auscott…Read More

Henry Wells, October 26, 2018

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