Cargill Australia's grain and oilseeds general manager Penne Kehl has a chat with grains reporter Gregor Heard.
Latevo will not offer multi peril crop insurance, but its chief executive promises it will be back in the fray next year.
National forecaster ABARES expects Australia to produce almost 20 million tonnes less of grain this year compared to the previous season. MORE TO FOLLOW.
The dry conditions in Australia do not look like easing up soon, in spite of fears of El Niño dissipating.
Irrigated croppers are happy to lock in some of next year's cotton crop at prices in excess of $500 a bale.
Two appointments to different biosecurity bodies will bolster the fight against foreign pests and diseases.
Case IH equipment has long powered the Dieckmann family's South East Queensland lucerne farming operation.
Case IH's Axial-Flow 140 Series combine has been named the winner of the EquipmentWatch 2017 Highest Retained Value Award.