| ||Lack of export demand limiting grain chasing, The Land|| ||
The rain dances have finally paid off with some very timely and pleasing falls over the past week.
As the canola window starts to close, the Central West has seen up to 80 millimetres of rain in patches, with the majority receiving anywhere from 30mm to 50mm.
The satisfying falls have thrown a lifeline to the large percentage of canola that has been sown dry across NSW this year. The is balance expected to be planted this week, with growers fitting their wheat and barley planting around canola.
The delayed autumn break had started to create some nervous market participants with liquidity in both old and new crop markets drying up, as well as grower appetite to part with on-farm stocks with the move into the sowing window not high on the agenda.
Demand remains very lacklustre with consumer appetite subdued as they play their cards close to their chest.
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