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Host a podcast they said!

Here is what I learnt from hosting and developing a six-part podcast series on the Australian Grains Industry.

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Sold too low, too fast or too slow?

Those of us who are busy with harvest at the moment are probably dealing with quite active grain markets. Whilst prices are high in comparison to previous years, they appear to be on the way down, at least for the commonly held grades this year.

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Q&A With AGLP Participant Rebecca Kelly (WA)

Rebecca is passionate about Mingenew, her farm resides 20km from a NASA space station as the town has some of the clearest skies in Australia. Mingenew also has one of the largest in-land receival points for grains in the Southern Hemisphere.

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How networking at an industry event launched GenerationAg podcast

Those of us who are busy with harvest at the moment are probably dealing with quite active grain markets. Whilst prices are high in comparison to previous years, they appear to be on the way down, at least for the commonly held grades this year.

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Getting off farm to be a better farmer

Being a young grain farmer is one of the best jobs going around. You can be your own boss and every day is a different challenge. Farmers combine science, technology, problem-solving and strategy to grow food and fibre to feed and clothe literally thousands of people. And you live in that most beautiful of places, regional Australia!

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Implementation of parliamentary report recommendations critical for grains sector

The recent release of the Diversifying Australia’s Trade and Investment Profile parliamentary report was timely as we consider the Australian Government’s role in ensuring our quality agricultural products can be exported, particularly set against the events of 2020.

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Growers can shape the future of our industry

After three and in some cases four years of drought in parts of NSW it has been heart-warming to see an amazing turnaround for many growers with a great season in 2020.

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The domestication of wheat, a love story

Can you really cover the history of cultivated wheat, and thus the birth of civilisation, in 600 words? Absolutely not. Am I going to try? Absolutely.

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Australia is food secure

Experts assure us that there is no reason to panic — Australia is one of the most food secure nations in the world. But what exactly does being ‘food secure’ mean?

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The History of Oats

For a long time, the humble annual grass was considered a weed, or only fit for animal consumption. Oats was the last common grain to be cultivated and purposely grown.

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Grains Australia – an industry good company to help deliver enhanced international competitiveness of Australian growers

This new company, Grains Australia Ltd (GA), will consolidate several important industry good functions that deliver net benefit to the industry as a whole and are currently delivered by a number of separate organisations.

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Combating No-show lupins

Many growers have had issues with poor lupin establishment and the main reason is low seed viability.

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