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The Grain Insights Podcast
22 minutes | Dec 3, 2019
Grain Insights - Grain Marketing with Chris Nikolaou
With harvest 2019 underway, we thought it fitting to take a look at the history of grain markets and how and why they’ve evolved over the years. Chris Coore and Chris Nikolaou step us through local and global triggers for change and what they think the future holds. They also touch on some current market influencers and tips and tricks to keep an eye on over the next few months and into next year.
27 minutes | Nov 3, 2019
Grain Insights - African Swine Fever with Angus Street
For this month’s Grain Insights Podcast, Chris Coore has Angus Street, CEO of AuctionsPlus in the studio. With African Swine Fever taking over media headlines word wide, Chris and Angus discuss the widespread disease, how it has increased China’s demand for Australian red meat and what this means for Australia’s livestock feeding demand and grain prices.
28 minutes | Oct 2, 2019
Grain Insights – Onfarm storage with Kerry Miles
For the second episode of The Grain Insights Podcast, Chris Coore has a chat with Kerry Miles from Grain Protect about onfarm grain storage, how the technology and infrastructure have evolved over the past 10 years and where Kerry thinks the future of onfarm storage lies. Highlights from the discussion include the pros and cons of owning your own storage, the main drivers of growth in the industry and the expectation of onfarm inventory finance for the future.
30 minutes | Aug 29, 2019
Grain Insights - Industry trends with Lloyd George
For the Inaugural Grain Insights podcast, Chris Coore has a telephone chat with Lloyd George from Ag Scientia. They discuss how the grains industry has shifted over the last 10 to 12 years, what it looks like now and where Lloyd sees the grains industry moving in the future. Highlights from the 30-minute chat include how deregulation has affected the industry, the increase in the domestic feed demand, diversifying grain farming operations into livestock, the increase in export competition and how Australia can value add the grain we grow for increased profits.
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