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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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Grain Market Commentary

20 Feb. 2019

Recently released reports from the US fail to provide direction for Australian grain markets.

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The big three of canola breeding. Colorado, Saskatchewan and Horsham

14 Feb. 2019

Introducing the next big VICTORY canola variety is a trans-continental affair

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AWB 2018/19 Season Starter Pool January EPR

18 Jan. 2019

Today AWB are updating EPRs by between -$10/t and +$30/t as harvest receivals for different grades are digested by the market. We are increasing H1 & H2 for all...

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AWB 2018/19 Harvest Pool January Market Update

17 Jan. 2019

Today AWB are updating EPRs by between -$10/t and +$40/t as harvest receivals for different grades are digested by the market. Most notably we are increasing H1 & H2 for all WA port zones...

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Demand for deferred pool payments spike

09 Jan. 2019

Interest from growers in deferred payment options through AWB's harvest pool have increased significantly from last year with many more growers electing to receive payments from July.

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AWB 2018/19 Season Starter Pool December EPR

21 Dec. 2018

Today AWB are increasing the majority of EPRs in all portzones with wheat markets lifting during December, whilst we are also amending grade spreads to be more in-line with current market spreads...

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Growers travels hundreds of kms to Dimboola

18 Dec. 2018

Interstate number plates are becoming a regular feature at Dimboola’s GrainFlow site in the Victorian Wimmera.

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AWB 2018/19 Harvest Pool December Market Update

13 Dec. 2018

It has proved another volatile harvest market with wheat prices ranging $50/tn+ in SA & $25/tn+ in WA. On days when consumers step back we have seen prices fall sharply as growers are quick to get coverage...

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