FEED (Exports)

FEED (Exports)



96. Viterra Sells 4 Million Tonnes Of Capacity Until 2021

Cereal, oilseed and pulse supply chain company Viterra has announced the sale of 4 million tonnes of shipping capacity each year until 2021, thanks to the rising certainty in Australian grain. Long Term Agreements for the 2019/20 and 2020/21 seasons

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93. Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement To Begin Negotiations

In July, this year, The Hon Steven Ciobo, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, will be going to Lima, Peru for first round negotiations in hopes to acquire a Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement. As Ciobo pointed in his statement on Wednesday,

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79. Australian Cotton Strengthens Worldwide

According to Australian Agricultural Bank and Analyst Rabobank, Australian cotton export markets are being increasingly diversified. With China reserve auctions shifting over 30,000 tonnes of 2012-13 stock a day for the bi-annual period, the low qual

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73. Australian Eggs Reach The South Korean Market

In order to fill the shortage of eggs created by the 2016 bird flu outbreak, Australia has begun exporting fresh eggs to South Korea. As of Monday the 13th of February, the first lot of Australian eggs were available for South Korean consumer market.

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52. Squeezing The Dairy Industry

According to the new annual report by Agriculture Victoria, the dairy industry has been plagued by challenging times, with dry conditions causing considerably increases in water and feed costs and a sharp decline in milk prices. The report states

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46. Brazil: Head of the Beef Market

The Australian beef trade is looking to take a fall in the next few years with recent statistical evidence that South American is moving into our previous territory. While the beef trade has grown 4% in the last financial year, the current rate of So

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42. The Future of Australian Sheep Exports

In September, ANZ released their agricultural report on the Australian Sheep Industry, comparing it to the trends of the golden age of Australian Sheep exports and the predicted diminishing of the industry in the next 3 decades. Back in the early 19

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