ABARES cropping outlook

07 Mar, 2013 02:00 AM

THE farm sector is bracing for a more subdued economic report card this year as forecasters warn our high dollar and emerging trade competitors are likely to undermine Australian farm export earnings for some years to come.

The picture is far from grim, but there was no sugar coating to help make some of the frank assessments more palatable at this year's agricultural Outlook 2013 conference.

Click on the links below for breakdowns of the wheat, oilseeds, cotton and coarse grains forecasts:

  • ABARES outlook: Wheat
  • ABARES outlook: Oilseeds
  • ABARES outlook: Cotton
  • ABARES outlook: Coarse Grains
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    Farming cannot replace mining without quite a few circumstances changing. Firstly the farm gate
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    I feel we are getting somewhere near what Isuggested min. price for any animal $4 per kg for the
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    Here we go again, not only will resistance emerge with neo's you will also wipe out any remnant