HAY REPORT – 14 JAN 2022

HAY REPORT – 14 JAN 2022

READ THE FULL REPORT NATIONAL SUMMARY Driving Prices Up The continued wet weather across much of the eastern states has hampered hay production, particularly in NSW. Good quality cereal hay is in short supply, so it will be in high demand in the coming months. Rising...
Hay Report – 12 Nov 2021

Hay Report – 12 Nov 2021

NATIONAL SUMMARY READ THE FULL REPORT Driving Prices Up Late spring rain hampering hay production in many parts of the country now will again reduce the amount of good quality cereal hay being produced on what is already a reduced season due to export concerns and...

Safe Loading and Unloading

Safe Loading and Unloading of Hay Bales   Workplace Health and Safety Queensland in consultation with the Australian Fodder Industry Association (AFIA) have created these guidelines for the safe loading and unloading of hay. This information may be used as a...

Safely Securing Hay & Straw For Transport

One of the most common requests the AFIA office gets is for information on hay transport, in particular how to safely secure loads of hay. While this information is available in the RIRDC report “Assessment of vehicles for the transport of hay and straw” released in...

Safety

R U Hay Safe? National Hay Safe Day, a day focusing on safety in the hay and silage industry, is on Tuesday October 25. In the lead up to National Hay Safe Day, the Australian Fodder Industry Association (AFIA) is asking everyone involved in the fodder industry to run...