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Hats off to Australian farmers putting sustainable agriculture into practice

How sustainable farming methods are helping Australian farmers maintain the value of their natural assets over the long term.

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Managing our future landscapes: Australian National Outlook 2019

A report by CSIRO, NAB and 20 other organisations, draws on the latest scientific data and states that Australia is at a crossroads and faces a stark choice – strive towards a more positive future of growth and prosperity or suffer a slow decline.

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NAB Rural Commodities Wrap: August 2019

Resilient cattle and lamb prices sustain flat NAB Rural Commodities Index.

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The smart thinking turning agri-waste into dollars

Australia’s agricultural sector generates mountains of waste each year, but new research programs aim to help farmers turn a profit on unwanted produce.

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INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

Good January rainfall across key agricultural production areas drove the NAB Rural Commodities Index 4.6% higher this month, despite the impact of bushfires and coronavirus.

Dairy dynamics: prices, drought and costs impacting dairy landscape.

What does next year hold for Australian business owners? Listen to our podcast for NAB Chief Economist Alan Oster’s 2020 vision on the challenges and opportunities ahead.

Agribusiness conditions flat despite strength of lamb and mutton.

After surviving multiple challenges to their market share in recent years, the nation’s wine producers have bounced back and look set to enjoy vintage times.

High cost of water dries up basin profit margins.

Wheat crop cops sharp downgrade amid tough spring.

The Australian economy grew by 1.4% over the year to the June 2019, its weakest growth since 2009.

Seasonal conditions and declining winter crop forecasts reflect drop in NAB Rural Commodities Index.

Timothy Reeves of the University of Melbourne discusses why there’s a real opportunity to grow a wider range of crops and build a more sustainable Australian agriculture model.

A landmark PPP refinance meets the needs of investors for a low-risk investment as well as the needs of borrowers for longer-dated debt.

Our third Agribusiness Banker Survey brings a somewhat more encouraging headline figure for agribusiness conditions, although conditions in NSW and to a lesser extent Queensland remain challenging. Spring rain is sorely needed to see an improvement.

The looming generational change in agriculture will bring many development opportunities for the sector.

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