Hay Report

The Australian Fodder Industry Association (AFIA) researches and delivers a Hay Report to Dairy Australia 40 times per year.

AFIA recognises the importance of fodder/supplementary feed to our livestock sectors. Our years of experience help us measure the impact that seasonal conditions, such as drought and fire, can have on the supply and price of fodder – and the flow-on effects this has to critical farm business decisions across the country.

Our Hay Report aims to place ‘real time’ data in the hands of farmers to support informed decision-making to drive sustainable on-farm profits.

The Hay Report is a partnership between Dairy Australia and the Australian Fodder Industry Association, produced by AFIA under contract for DA.

For further information see: https://www.dairyaustralia.com.au/industry-statistics/industry-reports/hay-report

Latest

Hay Report – 24 June 2022

Hay Report – 24 June 2022

READ FULL REPORT HERE NATIONAL SUMMARY Driving Prices Up Good quality cereal hay is now in high demand but there is short supply in a number of areas. Farmers looking to purchase and store fodder against expected winter demand may find long-term customers are given first options by hay and fodder...

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Past Reports

Hay Report – 17 June 2022

READ FULL REPORT HERE NATIONAL SUMMARY Driving Prices Up Good quality hay will continue to be required to support stock in areas where ongoing rain...

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Hay Report – 03 June 2022

READ FULL REPORT HERE NATIONAL SUMMARY Driving Prices Up Good quality hay will continue to be required to support stock in areas where ongoing rain...

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Hay Report – 27 May 2022

READ THE FULL REPORT HERE NATIONAL SUMMARY Driving Prices Up Ongoing support to access good quality hay is required to support stock recovery in...

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Hay Report – 20 May 2022

READ FULL REPORT HERE NATIONAL SUMMARY Driving Prices Up Good quality hay is required to support stock in areas where repeat flood events have...

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