Current Commodity Prices

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PORT GRADE PREV PRICE PRICE CHANGE
FX Spot USD Cur 0.7439 0.7435
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Alb 17 W Alb APW1 FIS 262 262 -
Kwi 17 W Kwi APW1 FIS 265 265 -
Kwi 17 C Kwi CAN1 FIS 542 542 -
Kwi 17 L Kwi LUP1 FIS 285 285 -
Ger 17 C Ger CAG1 FIS 511 512
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Kwi 17 C Kwi CAG1 FIS 511 512
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Esp 17 B Esp BFED1 FIS 220 220 -
Kwi 17 B Kwi BFED1 FIS 220 220 -
Kwi 17 B Kwi SCOP1 FIS 250 250 -
Alb 17 B Alb LATR1 FIS 250 250 -
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Emerald Grain: NGR

18th Jun 2018


  • Emerald Grain are moving to the National Grower Register system.

  • Existing 2018/19 season contracts will be moved to clients NGR number in the near future.

  • All main stream merchants in WA (except one) deal through NGR.

  • You can register with NGR or check your details are up to date by contacting NGR on 1800 556 630.

GIWA June Crop Report

11th Jun 2018


  • GIWA have revised crop area estimates for the 2018 season.

  • WA crop area is forecast at 8.24m ha; down 0.2% from the previous report.

  • Area estimates for June (% change from May in brackets):


    • Wheat: 4.86m ha (0.2%)

    • Barley: 1.61m ha (5.2%)

    • Canola: 1.09m ha (-9.2%)

    • Oats: 0.29m ha (0%)

    • Lupins: 0.36m ha (0%)

    • Pulses: 0.034m ha (0%)


GIWA May Crop Report

14th May 2018


  • GIWA updated crop area estimates for the 2018 season.

  • WA is expected to plant 8.26m ha; down 1.1% from the April report.

  • Area estimates for May (% change from April in brackets):


    • Wheat: 4.85m ha (2.1%)

    • Barley: 1.53m ha (6.2%)

    • Canola: 1.2m ha (-15.2%)

    • Oats: 0.29m ha (-9.4%)

    • Lupins: 0.36m ha (-10%)

    • Pulses: 0.034m ha (0%)


GIWA Crop Report

16th Apr 2018


  • GIWA released crop area estimates for the 2018 season.

  • WA is expected to plant 8.36m ha; up from the 2017 area estimate of 7.83m ha.

  • Area estimates for April (previous 2017 published estimates in brackets):


    • Wheat: 4.75m ha (4.74)

    • Barley: 1.44m ha (1.32)

    • Canola: 1.42m ha (1.19)

    • Oats: 0.32m ha (0.21)

    • Lupins: 0.4m ha (0.33)

    • Pulses: 0.034m ha (0.031)


GIWA Oat Accreditation Update

19th Mar 2018

  • Commercial milling trials on the oat variety Durack has resulted in it being accredited as OAT2 only. Durack did not meet industry standard for β-glucan content.
  • The new oat variety, Kowari, met all physical and nutritional specifications on its commercial milling trial and has been accepted into OAT1 milling classification in WA.
  • Based on Kowari agronomic performance in trials, it is not expected to compete with high yielding varieties Bannister or Williams.