AWB Annual Crop Survey: Week 4 winners announced
We are pleased to announce our fourth week cash prize winners for participants in AWB’s 2019 Annual Crop Survey.
A $1000 cash card is on its way to:
Congratulations to all our winners over the past 4 weeks.
Thank you to everyone that participated in this years National Crop Survey.
All participants will receive a summary report in approximately 1 month analysing planted area results at state and national level based on this year’s survey.
Strap yourself in for a trip around global grain markets
To provide an update on the grains market these days you almost need to be a foreign correspondent. There are so many influences from around the globe combining to form a picture of the current market and its future direction. So strap yourself in for a trip around global grain markets.Read More
East coast grain pending spring rain
The past week has provided much of the same with small isolated falls up to 5mm occurring across SNSW. Across the border into Vic and we see much more favourable conditions. However, it goes without saying, much of the east coast crop is in a rainfall deficit and will be heavily reliant on a kind spring in order to bring grain to head and fill the bins.Read More
Grain Markets, Bulls & Bears
While the dry continues in Northern NSW and QLD, Central NSW is increasingly feeling the pinch following disappointingly light and patchy rainfall. However, prospects are firming in the southern part of the state with some areas only one good fall away from a firm production outlook.Read More
Droughts and flooding rains
Talk about droughts and flooding rains. In the US, weather continues to play havoc, delaying planting of the corn crops and causing flooding of wheat fields. Here in Australia, areas of the east coast are looking down the barrel of a third year of below par winter crop rainfall.Read More
Volatility returns to grains
In our part of the world, follow up rain is badly needed but on the other side of the globe, too much rain is rattling markets.Read More