Thoughts on harvest with David Cripps
David Cripps, AWB Territory Manager, Geraldton Zone
David has been in the ag industry all his life. He brings this valuable experience to AWB and our customers by offering them relevant products that can enhance their business success.
Talking about the options for WA growers this harvest, David is clear that the cash price is very attractive to growers and will form a big part of their marketing program.
However, it is important that growers choice, giving them tools to help their business and get the most from their crop. For some growers David suggests that Pools are relevant and do fit their the business model.
David explains “Pools can take that risk away where growers don’t have to worry about the market over the next ten months and can leave the marketing and risk managements the experts at AWB. It gives growers another tool to manage their price risk and means all their eggs aren’t in one basket.’
Listen to David explain how it’s solutions like these from AWB which can help your business.
For more information contact AWB Grower Service Centre - 1800 447 246
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