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AWB is a leading diversified agricultural supply chain business specialising in the storage and handling, origination, trading and processing of grain and oilseeds. We have an extensive network of local and state representatives across the Australian grain belt that partner with Australian farmers to provide access to a range of tools and services to help them thrive.
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20 Jan. 2020
With parts of New South Wales and Queensland drenched over the preceding week and into the weekend, it was a very welcome reprieve for many in the regions who will now have water flowing in their tanks and dams.
13 Jan. 2020
Friday night saw the release of the USDA’s January World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates.
06 Jan. 2020
With the devastation to many communities over the summer in New South Wales and Victoria, these events have really put life into perspective for many and the only real means of stopping this whole tragedy is rain (and lots of it) so let’s hope it comes soon.
23 Dec. 2019
Harvest is winding up as we head into Christmas with local markets firming over the past three weeks. This strength isn’t being driven by any offshore demand for Australian wheat but more simply a case of growers being unwilling sellers at this time or price.
18 Dec. 2019
GrainFlow sites in south east Australia will manage through extreme heat this week to continue to serve growers. Sites are adjusting their opening hours to avoid the hottest times of the day – expected to reach the mid to high 40s.
16 Dec. 2019
As many growers expected - most traders, flour millers, livestock feed lotters and general end users have awoken from their slumber to the realisation that the south will not have all the protein and supply requirements that are needed.
03 Dec. 2019
Could weather drive a supply issue for the Northern Hemisphere next year?
28 Nov. 2019
Extra equipment has been trucked into GrainFlow sites in Victoria and South Australia for this year’s harvest.
25 Nov. 2019
With most growers in the Central West and Southern New South Wales all but finished harvest, growers will now be looking back on the year and thinking thank god that pain is over and done with and hoping that 2020 is far better.
11 Nov. 2019
Last week’s rain events throughout New South Wales saw up to four inches fall in parts, proving to be more of a hinderance than help given the volume of exposed hay sitting in paddocks and maturity of the crop.
05 Nov. 2019
Much needed rain fell over most of NSW at the end of last week, and then continued right through the weekend as the system moved slowly through inland areas.
30 Oct. 2019
Why safety and zero harm is a personal subject for Cargill Australia's Managing Director, Erik Wibholm
21 Oct. 2019
Barley is the main focus, as headers have started to roll in some areas of New South Wales and harvest is officially underway.
16 Oct. 2019
Sapporo has a long term supply agreement with Cargill Malt and Sapporo’s lead barley breeder Dr Dr Ryouichi Kanatani is currently in South Australia visiting barley growers, storage facilities and malt processing plants.
14 Oct. 2019
Last year’s harvest bought about extreme pricing in majority of areas which is unlikely to be seen again due to the reduced appetite of the trade and end users to gain coverage for longer than necessary.
08 Oct. 2019
Broadly speaking, the areas of supply and deficit are not too dissimilar to those of the previous year and with the strong possibility of a smaller national wheat crop there is some bullishness about the prospects for harvest pricing and beyond. So whilst it ‘feels’ like a carbon copy of last year, is it?
02 Oct. 2019
Well what a week in sport! You have the Raiders who have been promising for some time finally get through to a Grand Final for the first time in 25 years, the GWS Giants in the AFL, who obviously played their Grand final a week too early and the Wallabies - well they are a bit like the Australian grain market at the moment - all over the shop.
24 Sep. 2019
There is still time for the sorghum crop, and many would recall in 2007 when it began raining in the north around November and we produced upwards of 3.7 million tonnes.