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We've kicked off the HART Field Day with Tess, Lachie & Ed around all day catching up with clients and local farmers to discuss grain markets. The team are also running a guessing competition for a new vest and a 12-month Market Check Membership subscription. pic.twitter.com/KpDrOv9KFw

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News Updates

Market Check Return to WA with Experience

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Australian barley exports flat over May as stocks tighten

Our barley exports are winding down as procurement of volume in WA and SA becomes harder, explains Nick Crundall, Market …

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Philippines tops Australia’s bulk February wheat sales

Philippines tops Australia‚Äôs bulk February wheat sales, Nick Crundall, Head of Strategy, Market Check speaks with Liz Wells from Grain …

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Market Check’s Pre-Harvest Program Proves the Value of Put Options Again

Market Check opened its Pre-Harvest Program to grower clients in March 2018, utilising a put options strategy to protect new …

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Australia’s July-December wheat exports at 4.47Mt down 40pc on 2H17

Market Check’s Head of Strategy, Nick Crundall commenting in Grain Central’s article on the massive drop in July-December wheat exports. …

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Middle East buys bulk of November-shipped Australian feed barley

Liz Wells speaks with Market Check’s Nick Crundall about how Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have bought 110,095 …

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Strategic Program adds $50 per tonne to Australian Growers

Market Check released its final 2017/18 season returns for its flagship program, the Strategic Program this month with another year …

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Master your strengths, outsource your weaknesses

¬†Tom Basnett, Market Check, 05 December 2018 Growers can increase their returns and minimise their risk if they get help …

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Don’t try to be a giraffe

Master your strengths, outsource your weaknesses, by Tom Basnett While our instinct tells us to work hard on our weaknesses, …

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Risk and reward: Traders/government weigh up feasibility of grain imports

On price alone, US corn may stack up for import into southern Australia, but GM concerns and reasonable prospects for …

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