Agfarm Market Updates

  • VIC Market Update – 18/04/2019

    James Ryssenbeek, Agfarm Regional Manager VIC More farmers have started sowing this week predominately stockfeed; vetch, oats and pasture. Weather continues to make for cautious planning across all forms of agribusiness at the moment, but I did speak with a grower near rainbow who will start lupins this week. There is still plenty of time […]

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  • CNSW Market Update – 18/04/2019

    Anthony Hall, Regional Manager NSW & QLD It was another dry week right across NSW and QLD and there’s unfortunately little on the forecast. It’s now two weeks since the last change came through brining rain. For most areas in NSW it looks like the only activity come the Anzac day sowing trigger will be […]

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  • SNSW Market Update 18/04/2019

    Matthew Noonan, Agfarm Account Manager Wishing everyone a happy and safe Easter…and some rain. Markets remain steady to slightly softer with action limited. The livestock feeding market continues to be where the odd premium is popping up, but it is not in large volumes compared to May-Aug last year. Plenty of people are doing the […]

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  • WA Market Update – 18/04/2019

    Reid Seaby, Regional Manager WA On Friday of last week, GIWA released their first crop report for the 2019 season and the consistencies with what we have been sharing with you over the past month or so were evident. They suggested the intended canola plantings were going to increase 15% year on year but with […]

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  • SA Market Update 18/04/2019

    Kate Phillips, Agfarm Regional Manager South Australia The only thing I can see on SA’s forecast in the next week is a delivery of Easter eggs on Sunday morning. There is a slight chance of some falls, but this is likely to disappear over the coming days, as has been the case since the start […]

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  • How Did World Grain Ending Stocks Increase?

    How Did World Grain Ending Stocks Increase?   Chris Coore, Agfarm Advantage Manager April 15th 2019 We’ve been hearing for the past 12 months that poor production has caused global demand to outweigh global production for the first time in many, many years. This was expected to reduce ending stocks and increase the need for […]

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  • VIC Market Update – 12/04/2019

    James Ryssenbeek, Agfarm Regional Manager VIC Sowing continues throughout Vic, but most I’ve spoken with won’t start in earnest until later this month. This week I spent some time around Shepperton/Tatura in what is a very diverse cropping, dairy and fruit area. It seems a good amount of pasture for dairy has been sown now. […]

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  • CNSW Market Update – 12/04/2019

    Anthony Hall, Regional Manager NSW & QLD It’s been very quiet on the rainfall front this week. There is a little bit of activity popping up in the predicted ANAZC Day week change, fingers crossed it eventuates. With the days still pretty warm and soil temperatures high, those who have sown oats or grazing wheat […]

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  • SNSW Market Update 12/04/2019

    Matthew Noonan, Agfarm Account Manager This week has been much of the same with markets trading sideways to slightly lower. Graziers (sheep feeding) seem to be slowly ticking along with some interest coming from much of the east coast and SA livestock producers. Paddocks are getting locked up for grazing oats and dual purpose wheat […]

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  • WA Market Update – 12/04/2019

    Reid Seaby, Regional Manager WA After a mostly dry week, a trough is forecast to develop on Saturday and will move inland during the day, possibly combining with a cold front that is expected to cross the coast Sunday. If this eventuates, we could expect to see rain through most of the northern and eastern […]

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