Friday Fun Fact: 19/20 will be the 1st season in >20yrs that Thailand will import more Australian #barley than #wheat..... A clear record for Aus barley exports to Thailand this season, which hopefully will only be surpassed by 20/21 volumes🤞 #harvest2020 20 #oatt pic.twitter.com/MjALopYMOZ
The BAR1/APW1 spread in VIC. Despite #barley being cheap (both in absolute/relative terms), the potential size of the crop is weighing on mkt given absence of China. #wheat is relatively cheap globally, however has more robust export demand which is helping support prices #oatt pic.twitter.com/zJkTO3rG1s
The East Coast premium in #wheat prices over SA/WA which we've become accustom, has disintegrated. NSW (for the most part) has enjoyed a huge turnaround in fortunes and will return to being a sizable exporter vs importing over the past few seasons (from WA/SA and Canada 🇨🇦) #oatt pic.twitter.com/p9PU2TfGzD
China might've cut our #barley exports but they've been a buyer of Aus #canola in 19/20, eclipsing the past 4yrs & accounting for 33% of total exports so far this ssn (the highest since 99/00). However, Belgium will likely record the lowest vol of Aus canola since 08/09 #oatt pic.twitter.com/zL6cpsLWOA
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