New Crop Wheat Marketing

Special One Grain Hectare contracts provide growers with a unique opportunity.

This forward cash contract allows growers to make a start on their new crop wheat marketing while addressing the biggest concern at this time of year, production risk.

New Crop APW Multigrade Hectare Contracts fall under the following parameters, although our team is more than happy to provide flexibility to suit your circumstances.

Floating Spreads locked in on delivery
AGP/ASW/APW/H2/APH2
Oct/Nov/Dec Delivery (Subject to Portzone)
Min 0.25mt/ha – max 2.0mt/ha (Subject to Location)
Minimum 100 Ha
14 Days EOW of Transfer Payment Terms
 
To take advantage of this exclusive offer please call 1300 281 228 to talk to our Grower Services team about your new crop marketing requirements.

Special One Grain meets with AgSkilled

Special One Grain meets with AgSkilled

Grower Services, Emily Wilson represented the Special One Grain team at the GRDC Grains Research Update in Dubbo earlier in the month. She met with a number of industry bodies, including Claudia Vicary from AgSkilled. 

AgSkilled is the New South Wales Cotton & Grains Industries new training strategy, providing the cotton and grains industries with funded vocational training opportunities. AgSkilled is funded by the NSW Government and led by industry partners the GRDC and Cotton Australia to ensure training is relevant, current and meets industry needs.

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At a Glace: Market Update

At a Glace: Market Update

Wheat futures market has experienced significant fall, local markets showing stubbornness to move lower with offers remaining relatively unchanged.

Delivered Downs picking up greater interest for April to September deliveries as well as new season.

Sorghum continues to stay strong with harvest underway.

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Special One Grain Visits Pakistan: The importance of the Pakistan market for Australian farmers

Special One Grain Visits Pakistan: The importance of the Pakistan market for Australian farmers

Special One Grain trader, Jacky Sung’s recent trip to Pakistan as part of a trade delegation highlighted that Pakistan is an important market for the Australian pulse farmers. This delegation was a joint effort by Austrade, Pakistan Pulses Importers Association (PPIA) and Karachi Wholesale and Grocers Association (KWGA). Jacky visited Karachi (the port of Pakistan) and Lahore (the capital of Punjab, a major pulse growing region), garnering plenty of information about the Pakistan pulses market.

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Market Update – Chickpeas: Will India come back to the market?

Market Update – Chickpeas: Will India come back to the market?

International desi chickpeas markets were generally unchanged during the past couple of weeks.

The market is trying to measure the effect of the on-going political interventions in India, and how this will impact long-term demand. Whilst Australia has been significantly affected by India’s changes to trade policy, the overall outlook is positive.

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