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Scenario planning in tougher conditions: farmers share 2019 plans

Agribusiness Customer Executive Neil Findlay shares some useful examples of how dairy farmers are planning ahead.

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NAB Rural Commodities Wrap: February 2019

Overall, the NAB Rural Commodities Index was up 0.5% in December but down 1.1% in January.

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NAB Rural Commodities Wrap: March 2019

Overall, the NAB Rural Commodities Index gained 0.2% in February – “above water” only due to strong gains in fruit and vegetables, dairy and to a lesser extent wool and sugar.

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2019 Pre-Federal Budget leaks

Days out from the Federal Budget, there have already been several leaks about what it could hold. Here’s the low-down on what to expect.

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INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

Overall, the NAB Rural Commodities Index rose 1.1% in April, largely reflecting higher cattle, lamb, dairy and cotton prices, offsetting further declines in grain.

$1.2 billion drawdown shows that the FMD scheme is working

Harnessing digital technology to drive productivity and profits. How new-generation agtech is changing the face of Australian farming.

Deterioration in conditions in most states, with current momentum negative. Household sector weakness evident, investment still ok (outside mining), while agri. facing easing prices and needs rain. Housing sector downturn, population growth centred on the eastern states, agricultural prices easing.

Overall, the NAB Rural Commodities Index fell 2.7% in March, largely reflecting lower cattle, grain and fruit prices.

Just what did Australia think of the Federal Budget? From industry bodies to media, we count down 10 of the most interesting reactions.

Small business won tax cuts, an increase to the instant asset write-off, increased infrastructure spending and investment in apprenticeships.

Big spending for drought and flood relief were a feature of this year’s Federal Budget, along with a Future Drought Fund and an Emergency Response Fund.

NAB launches new measure of agribusiness and regional performance in Australia

Days out from the Federal Budget, there have already been several leaks about what it could hold. Here’s the low-down on what to expect.

Overall, the NAB Rural Commodities Index gained 0.2% in February – “above water” only due to strong gains in fruit and vegetables, dairy and to a lesser extent wool and sugar.

New NAB data reveals key factors for the wellbeing of small business owners.

Overall, the NAB Rural Commodities Index was up 0.5% in December but down 1.1% in January.

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