Farmanco Facts Jan / Feb 2021
Eric Nankivell welcomes all to 2021 and introduces Farmanco Facts in his Editorial. Eric is a Management Consultant based at Albury, NSW with Tim Haines, Management Consultant and Adrian Clancy, Grain Marketer.
An excerpt from Eric reads:
There is much hope and expectation that this year will be better than 2020, but as farmers we know that hope and expectation are not going to be the only reasons for a good farming year. Our businesses work around planning and preparation so that we can be on-time and then be prepared to adjust our programs to suit the season. To this end, more than anything, it is the mindset we have that is important, so I’ll leave you to ponder a range of thoughts and ideas to get you in the right space for your planning in 2021. Five “P’s”: Planning and Preparation Prevents P**s Poor Performance. Don’t leave everything to hope and expectation alone! You make your own ‘luck’.
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2020 / 21 WA Harvest Review
|The total WA 20/21 crop size is estimated at 15.96 million tonnes (mmt), up over 40% compared to last year||ASW1 was the biggest wheat grade by volume delivered in WA, followed by APW1||Scepter remains the dominant wheat variety, making up 68% of deliveries|
|Larger overall barley crop mitigated the lower malt % still meant adequate volume to meet domestic demand||GM canola continues to make up approximately 35% of total canola deliveries|
WA Wool & Livestock Market Report
NSW / VIC Wool & Livestock Report
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