The October USDA Supply and Demand Reports continued to tighten the screws on global wheat supplies.
Grain Growers is calling for bipartisan support in Parliament to push through legislation for the Trans Pacific Partnership.
CBH has put in a whopping 1.5 million tonnes of additional storage for the upcoming Western Australian harvest.
We love a good lentil curry but Australians haven't really got into lentil flour. One set of researchers hope to change that.
There will be grain heading from Western Australia to the east coast, but given forecast production, exports will still be critical.
The agriculture sector is behind plans to clamp down on directors setting up 'phoenix' companies but say more work is needed.
Rain of up to 30mm throughout the Wimmera will swell the yields for some lucky croppers whose crops had hung on through the dry September.
The world wheat market is watching to see whether Russia will implement some sort of a grain export tax.
It's been a tough spring, and the news for the summer does not look exciting either, but there's been a nice spot of rain relief in October.