AWB Annual Crop Survey: Week 1 winners announced
We are pleased to announce our first cash prize winners for participants in AWB’s 2019 Annual Crop Survey.
A $250 cash card is on its way to:
Cash prizes will continue to be awarded to participants each week until the survey closes on the 28th of June.
In total, more than $8000 in cash prizes will be awarded.
Congratulations to all our winners. Our next set of $250 cash card winners will be announced next week.
To complete the 5 minute survey, click here. All survey participants will receive a summary report.
Droughts and flooding rains
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Global Bears Continue to Weigh on Markets
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