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It's been a decade since the deregulation of the wheat market. Over the next few weeks Fairfax Ag Media will look at the implications.
The grim start to the season in the north continues, while the south has had some relief with falls of 30mm in the past week.
Don't want any further bad news about the 2018 cropping season? Look away now, the odds of an El Nino are firming.
Japan and South Korea have both temporarily suspended purchases of Canadian wheat, due to the discovery of genetically modified wheat.
Historical ties with the US should not be enough for the Aussie government to back trade action against China that could jeopardise exports.
Last week’s USDA Report seemed to be supportive for wheat, with the market rallying 20 USc/bu in response, setting the market up to challenge the highs set in late May.
IT IS hard to compete with the big bucks being offered for feed grain locally, but China continued to buy up barley through March and April.
FARMERS will now have the opportunity to market grain stored on-farm through the Clear Grain Exchange.