Thursday , 19 October 2017

Decline in Australia’s live cattle exports

Decline in Australia’s live cattle exports

Australia has exported 488,000 feeder and slaughter cattle so far, with numbers to Indonesia down 25% for the year-to-date – its lowest levels since 2013, reported Weekly Times. M ...

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Australia & New Zealand downbeat on corn, cotton, wheat price prospects

Australia & New Zealand downbeat on corn, cotton, wheat price prospects

Australia & New Zealand Bank cut its forecast for corn and wheat futures to levels below the futures curve, citing pressure from the northern hemisphere harvest, while caution ...

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Australia lifts wheat, canola export hopes

Australia lifts wheat, canola export hopes

Australia, citing improved harvest prospects, lifted its forecast for its wheat exports by more than 1m tonnes, and raised hopes for domestic prices too, besides upgrading hopes f ...

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Agriculture’s Contribution to Australia’s Economy Grows

Agriculture’s Contribution to Australia’s Economy Grows

Australian farmers’ contribution to the nation’s wealth through export earnings is increasing at a time when other commodities are on the wane. The country's Minister for Agricult ...

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The American sugar industry will not support further opening of the US market to sugar imports

The American sugar industry will not support further opening of the US market to sugar imports

The American sugar industry will not support any further opening of the United States market to sugar imports. Sugar and dairy are key issues for the farm sector at the Trans-Paci ...

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Australian national agricultural market research results

Australian national agricultural market research results

West Australian farmers are twice as likely to pool their grain as farmers in the eastern states. That's just one of the findings from a national survey by agricultural market res ...

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Australian wheat crop warrants a downgrade

Australian wheat crop warrants a downgrade

US officials need to hack at least 3m tonnes from their Australian wheat production estimate to get to a realistic total, Pentag Nidera said, seeing the potential for downgrades t ...

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Rocketing Australian cattle prices to rise further

Rocketing Australian cattle prices to rise further

Australia's beef producers will start to rebuild their herds, despite the threat of El Nino-induced dryness, thanks to a trend of rising cattle prices which looks set to continue, ...

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Australia. 1st exports to the United States

Australia. 1st exports to the United States

Australian litchis will make their way for the 1st time to the United States. Disappointing start for the litchis campaign, according to the Australian professionals. The cool spr ...

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Australian wheat exports feeling pressure

Australian wheat exports feeling pressure

Fears about tensions in Ukraine have been well allayed, with booming wheat production from the Black Sea region and elsewhere in Europe weighing on Australia's sixth biggest expor ...

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