Hay Report – 8th Oct 2021

Hay Report – 8th Oct 2021

NATIONAL SUMMARY Driving Prices Up –   Livestock continue to trade well, and farmers will look to good quality feed to carry younger stock through summer until they are ready for market. –   A potential shortage of good quality new season hay. With another full season...
Hay Report – 1st Oct 2021

Hay Report – 1st Oct 2021

NATIONAL SUMMARY READ THE FULL REPORT Driving Prices Up –   Strong grain prices and generally good conditions is seeing a big percentage of growers confirm now that they will take their cereal crops through to grain leaving any new season good quality hay to be a...
Hay Report – 17th Sept 2021

Hay Report – 17th Sept 2021

NATIONAL SUMMARY CLICK TO READ THE FULL REPORT Driving Prices Up – Lucerne continues to be the strongest sold fodder across the eastern part of Australia. A wet 2020 summer in Central New South Wales saw good quality dryland lucerne produced. Many farmers preferring...
Hay Report – 10th Sept 2021

Hay Report – 10th Sept 2021

NATIONAL SUMMARY READ THE FULL REPORT  Driving Prices Up –   The seasonal outlook released by BOM is predicting above average rainfall for the eastern parts of Australia as well as parts of Western Australia. A wet spring again this year has the potential to reduce...
Hay Report – 3rd Sept 2021

Hay Report – 3rd Sept 2021

NATIONAL SUMMARY READ FULL REPORT Driving Prices Up –   Mice concerns are already being experienced in the Darling Downs of QLD as growers move quickly to try and bring numbers under control. As farmers continue to seek out good quality hay unaffected by mice. NSW...
Hay Report – 27 August 2021

Hay Report – 27 August 2021

NATIONAL SUMMARY Read the full Report Driving Prices Up – Reduced production of hay for export across the West and South Australia will mean no overflow into the domestic market. – Cost of production with many products not available or significantly increased in...