Welcome to AWB

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. 

Discover smarter solutions for the modern farmer.

Introducing Hannah Barden, WA Accumulation Manager

18 Oct. 2018

I am most excited to meet WA growers to learn more about their operations and understand their business needs, as well as the people behind it. As such, the first thing I am going to do...

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Rolling the dice on summer crop

09 Oct. 2018

With another week of significant widespread rainfall failing to eventuate in Northern NSW, summer crop is hanging in the balance and the next 4-6 weeks will be pivotal for planting decisions. 

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Every season is unique. What can we learn from this one?

04 Oct. 2018

The changeable commodity markets have left some growers questioning their marketing decisions over the last six to twelve months. The old saying rings true, ‘Don’t regret anything you’ve done in the past because it was exactly what you wanted at the time. Now make the choice for the future.’

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Crop funding trend: Growers tap into value of their crop to cover production expenses

26 Sep. 2018

We're beginning to see a new trend emerge. Grain growers are increasingly funding their production costs by tapping into the value of their crop through Production Advance. 

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We're changing our payment terms to two business days

19 Sep. 2018

AWB and GrainFlow are committed to bringing value for our customers – shortening of payment terms where we are confident we can deliver on that commitment is one of the ways we are creating more value for our customers today and into the future. 

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AWB 2018/19 Season Starter Pool September Update

24 Sep. 2018

AWB today are announcing estimated returns for the Season Starter Pool and they’re increasing for all grades except Noodle wheat across all port zones by between $7 and $30 per tonne. As prices climbed we have...

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AWB 2017/18 Harvest Pool September EPR update

24 Sep. 2018

AWB today are pleased to announce a 2017/18 Harvest Pool estimated pool return for the 24th September 2018.

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Sorghum crop a circuit breaker for the market

19 Sep. 2018

With the lowest rainfall amount from January to August for NSW since 1965, it's helped achieve an unwanted statistic for total winter rain 54 percent below average. However there's always positives in difficult situations and today that's wheat futures.

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