The ‘Changing Face of the Australian Grains Industry’ is the key theme for this year’s premier grains industry conference being held in Melbourne in July.
One year on from deregulation, the Australian Grains Industry Conference (AGIC) will look at what has changed and how these changes are shaping the grains industry on the world stage.
Registrations are now open for AGIC which will be held at the Crown Promenade in Melbourne from 27-29 July.
AGIC gathers leaders from the commercial grains sector, growers and other industry members along with government, representatives from international markets and R&D to address global commodity and consumer trends, explore technological advances and identify opportunities for the grains industry.
Key topics for this year’s event include the impact of the global financial crisis on agriculture; the supply and demand outlook for the grain, oilseed and pulse industries; value chain strategies; freight and infrastructure issues
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