Agfarm Market Updates

  • SA Market Update – 09/02/2018

    Kate Phillips, Agfarm Account Manager SA This week South Australia has witnessed some real heat, both in temperature and grain values. While this increase in commodity price has seen some good trades, it has also seen several sellers sitting back to see where the flurry of bidding activity takes values. There is positive chat about […]

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  • Central NSW Market Update – 09/02/2018

    Alistair Murphy, Agfarm Account Manager CNSW Domestic coarse grain values have firmed across the board this week, following a series of consecutive gains in international futures over the last couple of days. This recent rise in values has brought on increased levels of sell activity from growers, though predominantly more so in southern cropping zones […]

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  • Southern NSW Market Update – 09/02/2018

    Matthew Noonan, Agfarm Account Manager SNSW This week the marketing focus very much shifted from warehoused grain to exfarm stocks. Over the last seven days we received a lot of enquiry on both sides of the ledger (buying and selling) and growers are now, once again, in the box seat for selling grain. Exfarm numbers […]

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  • VIC Market Update – 09/02/2018

    Giles Ditchfield, Agfarm Account Manager VIC Victorian markets have again rallied week on week due to both the futures and the Australian dollar. Another major factor influencing the prices is the shipping stem and buyers demands. We have seen the F1 delivered number into Melbourne increase to $265/MT. There is no rainfall on the 8-day […]

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  • Southern NSW Market Update – 02/02/2018

    Matthew Noonan, Agfarm Account Manager SNSW The last week has seen the end of January come and go with some track/system sales towards the end of the month on mostly wheat with some barley and canola. There has also been some continued interest in exfarm and delivered grain for the next two months before sowing […]

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  • WA Market Update – 02/02/2018

    Reid Seaby, Agfarm Regional Manager WA As growers look to get back into it after well-earned break in January, the remnants of Cyclone Joyce have disrupted preparations for this year’s crop. Unrelenting winds provide limited opportunities for summer spraying, whilst wide-spread rain has brought on the germination of weeds. Those looking to deep rip have […]

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  • SA Market Update – 02/02/2018

    Kate Phillips, Agfarm Account Manager SA This week the South Australian grains values have carried along a similar path to last week.  Sellers’ attitudes are remaining bullish thanks to continued weaker values, and buyers have generally been continuing to price into February at similar levels to late January. Barley markets have shown great consistency week […]

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  • Central NSW Market Update – 02/02/2018

    Alistair Murphy, Agfarm Account Manager CNSW The majority of markets have firmed this week, thanks to help by a bounce in international futures in the US. This has meant we have started to see some increased levels of engagement from the growers’ selling side, though still not in any large volumes. It has been considerably […]

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  • VIC Market Update – 02/02/2018

    Sam Davidson, Agfarm Account Manager VIC Victorian wheat markets generally finished the week stronger however an overarching market narrative remains elusive. Most notably, wheat grade spreads whipsawed throughout the week as buyers’ cherry picked stock to suite sale commitments. The largest gain on both the delivered buyer and track markets was ASW1. ASW1 delivered Melbourne/Geelong […]

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  • SA Market Update – 25/01/2018

    Kate Phillips, Agfarm Account Manager SA South Australian grain values have continued positively this week, which has resulted in growers connecting more seriously with the market. There has been some good demand for H2 along with AUH2, and continued F1 demand has meant buyers are pricing above the market to secure tonnes. In saying this, […]

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