Australian ag going well despite China trade war says Rural Bank

Vernon Graham
Updated December 15 2020 - 10:10am, first published December 14 2020 - 4:30pm
TAKING STOCK: The Rural Bank says the overall outlook for Australian agriculture is generally positive for the first six months of 2021 despite trade tensions with China and global economic uncertainty because of COVID-19.
TAKING STOCK: The Rural Bank says the overall outlook for Australian agriculture is generally positive for the first six months of 2021 despite trade tensions with China and global economic uncertainty because of COVID-19.

The Rural Bank has looked into its crystal ball for the first six months of next year and has seen softening cattle prices, a recovery in the wool market, rising milk production and tightening global wheat stocks.

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Vernon Graham

Vernon Graham

National machinery and property writer

Former editor of The Land, former Fairfax Media Agricultural Editor

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