Agfarm Market Updates

  • WA Market Update – 9/11/2018

    Reid Seaby, Agfarm Regional Manager WA Harvest has officially started in all four port zones with CBH receiving their first delivery in the Albany port this week. As of last week, CBH had received 400,000MT of grain across the network, a number that will increase dramatically over the next couple of weeks as everyone moves […]

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  • VIC Market Update – 9/11/2018

    James Ryssenbeek, Agfarm Regional Manager VIC Cooler weather and showers have slowed harvest this week, but other than the Western Districts, most have started either windrowing or cereals harvest. Last week I commented on frosting in the Western Districts. Yesterday I drove from Stawell through Lake Bolac, Skipton and through to Ballarat. While there were […]

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  • SA Market Update 9/11/2018

    Kate Phillips, Agfarm Regional Manager South Australia Harvest 2018 continues to be the one that keeps on giving. This week has seen rain and a cold front pass through the state bringing header halting falls and cooler temps having us all cracking out the winter jumpers again. Rain gauges in most growing areas of the […]

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  • CNSW Market Update – 9/11/2018

    Anthony Hall, Agfarm Regional Manager NSW & QLD A change came through NSW and southern QLD Wednesday/Thursday this week. The heaver falls were through the central part of NSW with Coonamble receiving 27mm, Trangie 15mm and Dubbo 18mm. Further north of the state Mungindi and Moree received 15mm and Narrabri 9mm. Into Southern QLD Texas […]

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  • SNSW Market Update 9/11/2018

    Matthew Noonan, Agfarm Account Manager SNSW It was always going to happen, we would get an opportunity to start harvest in Central and Southern NSW and it would rain. Throughout much of the Southern Riverina we had 10-30mm’s of rain, mostly over past two days (Tuesday/Wednesday) and 5-20mm’s through the Central West and Western Riverina. […]

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  • Agfarm Finance Newsletter – October

    James Ryssenbeek, Agfarm Regional Manager VIC Around the grounds – October 2018 Winter crop spending is slowing as we approach harvest. We’re still seeing some final spend on fungicides and insecticides for pulse and canola crops, as well as desiccating products. Diesel invoices are coming in now in preparation for harvest. Summer crop facilities (cotton, […]

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  • WA Market Update – 2/11/2018

    Reid Seaby, Agfarm Regional Manager WA Another week has passed and a few more headers are rolling in Esperance, Geraldton and the northern and eastern parts of the Kwinana zone. It is obviously still very early on and not necessarily representative of what we are expecting to see across the state, but yield and quality […]

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  • VIC Market Update – 2/11/2018

    James Ryssenbeek, Agfarm Regional Manager VIC After a hot day yesterday, showers are bringing some relief to most of the state, however the only crops that will get any real benefit from this rain are in the south of the state. The big news coming out of Victoria this week is the frosts that hit […]

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  • SA Market Update 2/11/2018

    Kate Phillips, Agfarm Regional Manager South Australia The weather is heating up in the Great State this week and so are the headers. On Thursday, temperatures around the state were the highest they have been since the start of spring, and with this heat we have had our first fire ban of the season. A […]

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  • CNSW Market Update – 2/11/2018

    Anthony Hall, Agfarm Regional Manager NSW & QLD The only areas that have seen significant rainfall this week are through South Eastern Queensland. This has brought the totals for October in most areas of the Inner Darling Downs up to 150-200mm, while the Western Downs are a little lighter on at 70-100mm. This is excellent […]

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