Agfarm Market Updates

  • Southern NSW Market Update – 19/01/2018

    Matthew Noonan, Agfarm Account Manager SNSW This week has been somewhat slower on cash selling, but there has been active buying interest for particular wheat grades in the track. A potential lack of barley in the system may also lead to some feedlots around Southern NSW & the Central West changing over to SFW1/ASW1 wheat […]

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  • Central NSW Market Update – 19/01/2018

    Alistair Murphy, Agfarm Account Manager CNSW Growers in Northern NSW have been relatively inactive on the sell front this week, as markets haven’t really moved too much in either direction to cause any major shift in seller sentiment. Friday night’s USDA release saw international values come under pressure into this week, but domestic values have […]

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  • Southern NSW Market Update – 12/01/2018

    Nathan Michael, Agfarm Account Manager SNSW We are now two weeks into the new year and we are finally seeing buyers and sellers on the same page. Buyers are putting out bids with the intention of buying, and sellers are making enquiries with the intention of selling. As a result, the market has become far […]

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  • WA Market Update – 12/01/2018

    Reid Seaby, Agfarm Regional Manager WA WA has been relatively quiet over the Christmas/New Year period, which is likely to continue through January as many are taking a well-earned break somewhere on the coast. While growers are taking an opportunity to get away, a lot are keeping abreast of grain markets to ensure they don’t […]

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  • Vic Market Update – 12/01/2018

    Sam Davidson, Agfarm Account Manager VIC Victorian wheat markets saw an increase in trading activity this week as buyers return to the market after a well-earned break. Conversely, growers are back to work spraying out summer weeds and organising for winter crop sowing. Delivered buyer markets for wheat continued their upward trend with bids for […]

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  • SA Market Update – 12/01/2018

    Kate Phillips, Agfarm Account Manager SA This week South Australian grain markets have started to show some improvement in values and has seen both sellers and buyers engaging. Growers are continuing with summer weed spraying and already looking at winter crop options. Enquiry from growers with regard to current grain marketing options have also increased […]

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  • Central NSW Market Update – 12/01/2018

    Alistair Murphy, Agfarm Account Manager CNSW This week saw most markets either hold steady or begin to firm, with just a few exceptions. Newcastle SFW1 January+ carry values ended up slightly weaker, mainly off the back of prompt shorts from last week now being covered. Track protein wheats have bucked December’s downwards trend over the […]

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  • The Benefit of Deferring Your Grain Sales Program This Season – 08/01/2018

    Chris Coore, Agfarm Advantage Manager As we enter the new year, it is a good time to explore grain prices and if they will provide success for those who choose to defer their sales program this year. First, a little wrap of the current conditions. Canola prices have seen a significant fall in values across […]

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  • VIC Market Update – 05/01/2018

    Sam Davidson, Agfarm Account Manager VIC Victorian wheat markets continued to consolidate this week, with cash markets closing a touch firmer across the majority of both milling and feed grades. ASW1 delivered Melbourne/Geelong prices for January forward are effectively tracking sideways from last week, with prompt delivery demand providing thin support. Delivered buyer/track spread finished […]

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  • WA Market Update – 05/01/2018

    Reid Seaby, Agfarm Regional Manager WA The bulk of the state’s harvest is now complete, as warm weather in the lead up to Christmas saw many finish their 2017 programs. Although the season wasn’t necessarily great for everyone, many benefited from the soft finish which improved yields for most. The outcome of the cool and […]

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