Report

South West WA


Date WA '21 WA '20 WA '5YA
08-Jan-21 320 330 303
15-Jan-21 330 340 303
22-Jan-21 345 303
29-Jan-21 340 303
05-Feb-21 330 297
12-Feb-21 325 297
19-Feb-21 320 297
26-Feb-21 320 297
05-Mar-21 315 294
12-Mar-21 315 294
19-Mar-21 335 294
26-Mar-21 365 294
02-Apr-21 375 298
09-Apr-21 375 298
16-Apr-21 360 298
23-Apr-21 375 298
30-Apr-21 355 298
07-May-21 350 297
14-May-21 345 297
21-May-21 340 297
28-May-21 340 297
04-Jun-21 330 304
11-Jun-21 320 304
18-Jun-21 320 304
25-Jun-21 310 304
02-Jul-21 310 302
09-Jul-21 315 302
16-Jul-21 325 302
23-Jul-21 320 302
30-Jul-21 325 302
06-Aug-21 315 297
13-Aug-21 305 297
20-Aug-21 305 297
27-Aug-21 305 297
03-Sep-21 300 293
10-Sep-21 300 293
17-Sep-21 305 293
24-Sep-21 308 293
01-Oct-21 310 298
08-Oct-21 310 298
15-Oct-21 330 298
22-Oct-21 340 298
29-Oct-21 340 298
05-Nov-21 340 290
12-Nov-21 325 290
19-Nov-21 325 290
26-Nov-21 325 290
03-Dec-21 305 297
10-Dec-21 295 297
17-Dec-21 300 297
24-Dec-21 297
31-Dec-21

Notes:

Change in price is the change since the last report. Prices are estimates based on delivery to dairy farms with allowance for freight, storage, and marketing costs, but exclusive of GST. Wheat prices are for the relevant stockfeed wheat available in a region (ASW, AGP, SFW1 or FED1) and F1 for barley.

 

Commentary

  • Wheat: Steady ($320 to $330/tonne). Barley: Steady ($260 to $270/tonne). Triticale: Up $5 ($270 to $280/tonne). Oats: Steady ($280 to $290/tonne).
  • Weather forecasts suggest next week will be a dry and warm one in Western Australia. Currently the crop quality is holding up and yields are better than expected.
  • Wheat prices have eased marginally this week as harvest selling begins to impact prices.
  • Barley prices have increased this week as traders are willing to buy products around the $270/t FIS level for feed barley.
  • Oats prices have also increased this week, with $300/t FIS prices being offered across the Kwinana and Albany port zones. The latest GIWA estimates suggest the Western Australian crop at around 550k. If realised, this would be a 150,000t increase from last season.

This report has been commissioned by Dairy Australia to provide an independent and timely assessment of grain and hay markets in each dairying region. It should be remembered that actual prices may vary for quality or other reasons. Whilst all reasonable steps have been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this report, to the fullest extent permitted by Australian law Dairy Australia disclaims all liability for any inadvertent errors and for any losses or damages stemming from reliance upon its content. Dairy Australia recommends that all persons seek independent advice and, where appropriate, advice from a qualified adviser, before making any decisions about changes to business strategy.


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