Agfarm Market Updates

  • SNSW Market Update 07/06/2019

    Matthew Noonan, Agfarm Account Manager 2.5 minute read We are definitely right in the middle of weather markets both locally and internationally with local markets dropping around $5-10/MT or more over the last week on the back of forecast rainfall across much of the WA cropping belt and also further rain forecast for SA, VIC […]

    Read more

  • Financial Security 101

    4 minute read Financial Security 101 The world of finance is one of complexity, and in Agriculture where irregular cashflow cycles are the norm, finance is common place. Behind all finance requirements, be it crop inputs, livestock purchases, machinery purchases/leasing, land purchases/leasing or capital improvements, the financier (the company lending you the funds) will require […]

    Read more

  • VIC Market Update – 31/05/2019

    James Ryssenbeek, Agfarm Regional Manager VIC 1.5 minute read A good week generally for grain growers in Victoria. Some nice rainfalls averaging 15mm through the whole state have helped complete final plantings and pushed earlier plantings along which are almost all up now. I’ve been driving this week through central Victoria to Berrigan, roadside crops […]

    Read more

  • CNSW Market Update – 31/05/2019

    Anthony Hall, Regional Manager NSW & QLD 1.5 minute read The most appropriate way to describe current crop conditions through much of the north is patchy. Storms over the last few months have created a few areas where crops are out of the ground and looking good, while other areas require more soil moisture to […]

    Read more

  • WA Market Update – 31/05/2019

    Reid Seaby, Regional Manager WA 2 minute read Another dry week for Western Australia as planting rains continue to elude the majority of cropping regions. Short term forecasts remain dry but there does appear to be the possibility of a cold front crossing the WA coast next Thursday night; fingers crossed this delivers something of […]

    Read more

  • SA Market Update 31/05/2019

    Kate Phillips, Agfarm Regional Manager South Australia 2 minute read There has been a definite chill in the air this week, with daytime temps steady in the low teens and overnight temperatures hovering in the single digits. The smell of wood burning in fireplaces is heralding the official start to winter over the coming weekend. […]

    Read more

  • SNSW Market Update 31/05/2019

    Matthew Noonan, Agfarm Account Manager 2.5 minute read A majority of planting is now finished in the southern third of NSW, with crops at varying growth stages, but overall looking better year on year. As you head into the Central West, plantings have been a bit later and there are still some acres to go […]

    Read more

  • VIC Market Update – 24/05/2019

    James Ryssenbeek, Agfarm Regional Manager VIC 1.5 minute read Sowing is coming to a close this week for most and rainfall is now welcome/needed. There has been a lot of weed and insect control over the state, but planting has been a smooth process with the warm weather following the rains a few weeks ago […]

    Read more

  • CNSW Market Update – 24/05/2019

    Anthony Hall, Regional Manager NSW & QLD 1.5 minute read No rain to report on this week so unfortunately sowing hasn’t really progressed with a fair percentage of central and northern NSW and southern QLD yet to make a start. Some areas to note that have got a crop in are Goondiwindi, north east of […]

    Read more

  • WA Market Update – 24/05/2019

    Reid Seaby, Regional Manager WA 2 minute read There was a little bit of rain around last week but for those with little to no sub-soil moisture it was of minimal benefit. For the lucky ones with moisture underneath or where crops have germinated, this rain would have been helpful. The better falls were in […]

    Read more