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New wheat marketing program for 2017/18 harvest season!

Maximise returns and minimise risk with the Cash Price Plus marketing program. The 2017/2018 Cash Price Plus (CPP) marketing program offers growers the ability to take advantage of the current wheat cash prices whilst providing exposure to upside potential in offshore markets. CPP contracts provide a guaranteed minimum price to growers through the immediate sale of physical grain and payment of 85% of the cash bid on the contract date. The remaining equity is used to give participants exposure to future upside potential through the purchase of actively staggered CBOT...

16/17 Actively Managed Barley Program (Update)

Market Snapshot: Since our last update in July barley prices have shown considerable volatility, plunging to their lowest point since early before rebounding to be only $3/mt below the closing values of July. Northern zones continue to find the most support with spread between southern zones near record levels as crop conditions in key northern growing regions continue to walk backwards at a rate of knots. Globally, domestic prices are progressively more disconnected from international prices movements with domestic barley prices increasingly take its cue from domestic wheat...

16/17 Actively Managed Program – Durum Focus (Update)

Durum Market Snapshot: Since our last Durum wheat market update, durum markets have shown significant volatility touch yearly lows of A$263/mt in late April on the ICE exchange before rebounding to touch yearly highs of A$335/mt in early August before easing in more recent trade. The easing in prices comes amid weaker than expected global demand and despite the expected tightening of global durum stocks. Globally, we undeniably continue to battle a significantly burdensome wheat balance sheet. In the USDA’s September report global wheat production was revised up 1.67...

16/17 Actively Managed Wheat Program (Update)

Market Snapshot: Since our last update both domestic and global markets have consolidated following significant market weakness during July and August. The USDA’s ‘stocks & seeding report’ in late June was seen as bullish as the US seeded the lowest acreage since 1919 and a warm/dry forecast for the Central US sent prices soaring. Since then we have witnessed international prices slide as US weather concerns eased, EU wheat production rebounded from last year’s record lows and Black Sea wheat production forecasts reached new record highs. US Gulf...

2016/17 ACTIVELY MANAGED BARLEY PROGRAM

 CODE: 16AMBAR  BARLEY – ACTIVELY MANAGED OVERVIEW Barley is currently amongst the cheapest of feed grains in the world. At the same time, Australian barley values are on par with that of the Black Sea, being the cheapest origin in the world. Hence, the barley price has significantly more upside potential than down. The key to pricing consideration continues to be the grower’s ability to hold barley and NOT sell at harvest. The Actively Managed Barley Program will aim to take the harvest pressure off barley prices whilst providing growers with immediate cash...

POOL UPDATE | 2016/17 ACTIVELY MANAGED WHEAT PROGRAM

MARKET SNAPSHOT Since our last update in early December we have seen both international and domestic wheat prices post noticeable rallies. Despite ongoing burdensome wheat stocks globally, higher export demand, emerging supply concerns and improving economic & commodity conditions, have combined to provide welcome price support. Globally, we continue to battle a significantly burdensome wheat balance sheet but with much of this bearish news already accounted for prices have reacted positively to recent bullish news. Strong global demand is providing price support with USDA weekly export sales consistently above...