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  • VIC Market Update – 13/12/2018

    James Ryssenbeek, Agfarm Regional Manager VIC Rain and showers this week continue to stretch out harvest. There have been some very big falls, most notably 130mm in Birchip! Another 53mm for Warracknabeal on almost the same amount a fortnight ago. These two areas are fairly well through harvest if not all done, and I haven’t […]
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  • WA Market Update – 13/12/2018

    Reid Seaby, Regional Manager WA Another pretty strong week of harvest progress with tonnes received into CBH as of Tuesday climbing over the 12MMT. After a very slow start, the Albany zone is now in full swing with most growers completing their barley and canola and now harvesting wheat. Having said this, there is seemingly […]
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  • SA Market Update 13/12/2018

    Kate Phillips, Agfarm Regional Manager South Australia Another week of unusual weather across the state, with temperatures dropping significantly and rain falling state-wide on Thursday/Friday. Anyone who hasn’t finished harvest will be held up until the start of next week. Prior to this we saw near perfect harvest conditions for 10 days with headers going […]
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  • CNSW Market Update – 13/11/2018

    Anthony Hall, Agfarm Regional Manager NSW & QLD Summer cropping opportunities continue to be the hot topic amongst growers in Northern NSW and QLD this week with the big falls predicted on Thursday and Friday. Rain recorded was between 20mm to 30mm in most areas (more forecast at time of writing). This means sorghum crops […]
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  • SNSW Market Update 13/12/2018

    Matthew Noonan, Agfarm Account Manager SNSW Harvest progress has moved along the past week with most either done or closing in on the final stages. Irrigated wheat in the western Riverina is now in full swing while the majority of barley and canola is done throughout Southern NSW. The last 24-48 hours has seen some […]
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  • Agfarm Finance Newsletter – November

    Anthony Hall, Agfarm Regional Manager NSW & QLD Around the grounds – November 2018 Headers were rolling for the month of November and so too were the summer storms. Weather has been hampering any good solid runs nationally with scattered small and large falls. We’ve not heard reports of downgrades, but there is definitely a […]
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  • VIC Market Update – 07/12/2018

    James Ryssenbeek, Agfarm Regional Manager VIC Harvest continues albeit at a frustrating pace with moisture continuing to stall real progress. Harvest completeness varies enormously with clients near Brim nearly finished, and others at Murtoa only just starting canola! As an estimate the state is 60% through. This week of warm weather should allow many to […]
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  • WA Market Update – 07/12/2018

    Chris Nikolaou, General Manager Merchandise As of November 30th, CBH estimated 2018/19 winter crop deliveries stood at approximately 7.2MMT. This constituted a week on week delivery increase of over 2.3MMT. Expectations are for similar deliveries over the week commencing December 3rd. This would bring harvest receivals to approximately 65% complete with wheat closing in on […]
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  • SA Market Update 07/12/2018

    Kate Phillips, Agfarm Regional Manager South Australia What is harvest 18 without another change? The past week has seen the weather give the headers a clear run but as the week has moved on temperatures rose across the state. The end of the week has seen temps close to 40 degrees and total fire bans […]
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  • CNSW Market Update – 07/11/2018

    Anthony Hall, Agfarm Regional Manager NSW & QLD A week of no rain and hot weather has tidied up harvest in most areas of NSW and QLD. The only crops left standing are the later ones which had some green in them from the late rains. By mid next week we estimate 100% will be […]
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  • SNSW Market Update 07/12/2018

    Matthew Noonan, Agfarm Account Manager SNSW The last week has allowed harvest to progress further with dry conditions and warmer weather drying out crops from rainfall in past 10-20 days. West of the Newell seems like it is closing in on the final stages of harvest and growers to the far east are starting on […]
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  • VIC Market Update – 30/11/2018

    James Ryssenbeek, Agfarm Regional Manager VIC Harvest activity through most districts continues to trickle along despite rain disruptions. The rainfall standout this week was Warracknabeal and surrounding areas which received up to 35mm Tuesday night. This pulled up headers for a few days and they’re expected to start again tomorrow. Most other recorded falls throughout […]
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  • WA Market Update – 30/11/2018

    Reid Seaby, Agfarm Regional Manager WA Harvest had been making slow progress across WA prior to this week but the warmer and drier conditions have allowed things to advance at a more ‘normal’ rate. Albany remains a bit of an exception with some growers finding it relatively slow going in many areas simply due to […]
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  • SA Market Update 30/11/2018

    Kate Phillips, Agfarm Regional Manager South Australia Harvest 18 is becoming more and more like me learning to drive a manual many years ago… bunny hop and stop, bunny hop and stop. This year is similar with headers rolling and then another rain coming through stopping them in their tracks. What looked like a harvest […]
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  • CNSW Market Update – 30/11/2018

    Anthony Hall, Agfarm Regional Manager NSW & QLD Weather this week hasn’t been ideal for harvesting, with most reporting 2-3 day delays due to rain. The heavier falls were in the south of NSW were falls of 25mm plus were common. The northern part of the state only received 5-10mm. It’s worth noting for summer […]
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  • SNSW Market Update 30/11/2018

    Matthew Noonan, Agfarm Account Manager SNSW Most of Southern NSW has had some sort of rain again this week, some only getting 1-5mm’s which allowed them to get back into harvest quickly. Closer to Wagga Wagga and up into the South West Slopes they had 20-40mm’s across much of the area stopping harvest for a […]
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  • WA Market Update – 23/11/2018

    Reid Seaby, Agfarm Regional Manager WA It was another slow start to the week due to weather related disruptions. Hail, rain and fires through the Geraldton and Kwinana zones caused delays and even caused crop damage in some instances. However, CBH have said despite the slow start in the Albany and Esperance zones harvest is […]
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  • VIC Market Update – 23/11/2018

    James Ryssenbeek, Agfarm Regional Manager VIC Harvest is progressing well despite stops and starts this week with showers and cool weather. As far south as Warracknabeal, many dryland growers would be 50% finished now. Given the high per cent of cereal crops cut for hay, the total area being harvested has been significantly reduced, so […]
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  • SA Market Update 23/11/2018

    Kate Phillips, Agfarm Regional Manager South Australia Another week, another weather event! This time last week the weather was warming up and earlier this week I had the work shorts out as temps hit the high 30’s. Today (Thursday 22nd November) I’m sitting at the desk in a jumper and scarf as we reach a […]
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  • CNSW Market Update – 23/11/2018

    Anthony Hall, Agfarm Regional Manager NSW & QLD The weather this week saw sorghum and cotton crops get another drink. The majority of rain fell through the northern part of NSW with totals ranging from 15mm to 50mm. Into QLD it was the south eastern areas that received the most with reports from 5mm up […]
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  • SNSW Market Update 23/11/2018

    Matthew Noonan, Agfarm Account Manager SNSW This week has seen another stop start affair with storms rolling through much of Southern and Central NSW. Regardless of this, harvesting powered on a head this week – which unfortunately in a lot of cases is due to low yields rather than good harvesting conditions. The highest rainfall […]
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  • WA Market Update – 16/11/2018

    Reid Seaby, Agfarm Regional Manager WA Harvest progress was stalled a little in some northern and eastern areas after thunderstorms over the weekend, but most were harvesting again early to mid-week. Naturally the falls were variable and although some growers did receive dumps of close to 100mm, there has been no impact on grain quality […]
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  • VIC Market Update – 16/11/2018

    James Ryssenbeek, Agfarm Regional Manager VIC Harvest is slowly progressing throughout the state, although high moisture and small showers mean we haven’t hit it off in a big way yet. Yield is variable as expected, but there have been some pleasant surprises. Growers around Werrimull are reporting ~1MT/ha with good quality which is great considering […]
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  • SA Market Update 16/11/2018

    Kate Phillips, Agfarm Regional Manager South Australia The weather has been kind this week to most growers who are harvesting. Warm temperatures continue to hover around the high 20s making for good harvest conditions. The forecast is showing things warming up for the state over the coming weekend which should add to the number of […]
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  • CNSW Market Update – 16/11/2018

    Anthony Hall, Agfarm Regional Manager NSW & QLD This week saw a few sporadic storms pass through the area with reports of 3 to 16mm of rain. Most are back into harvest and trying to get as much off as possible before the rain predicted mid next week. The only area experiencing down grading of […]
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  • SNSW Market Update 16/11/2018

    Matthew Noonan, Agfarm Account Manager SNSW Most started harvesting again over the weekend post last week’s rain only to be promptly pulled up with more rain early this week. Western Riverina received around 5-10mm, the north east and north of Port Kembla zone reported around 5mm and along Murrumbidgee (Narrandera to Wagga) the storm seemed […]
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  • Agfarm World Market Update, November 2018 – A Silver Lining On A Less Than Perfect Season

    A Silver Lining On A Less Than Perfect Season     Chris Coore, Agfarm Advantage Manager November 16th 2018   The 2018/19 harvest is about to hit its peak and grain growers nationwide are sifting through the flurry of grain marketing options deciding how to best market their grain this season. To assist in your […]
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  • 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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