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The Grain Industry Association of WA (GIWA) have updated production estimates.
WA total grain production is pegged at 15.1mmt, a 6% increase from the August estimate.
The previous years production figures were: 14.51mmt in 2014; 16.98mmt in 2013.
Forecasts by commodity for 2015 are (last year in brackets):
CBH today clarified that APW2 segregations will be available this harvest (15/16), along with APW1 (10.5% protein).
However, APW2 (10.0% protein) will not be segregated next harvest (16/17).
From next year (16/17), APW loads that are below 10.5% will be graded as ASW1.
CBH report that APW1, APW2 and ASW will all be fully Optimisable (QO) in 2015.
The Grain Industry Association of WA (GIWA) released production estimates today for the 15/16 season.
Recent rainfall has improved crop conditions in WA, setting the state up for an above average harvest result.
Total WA grain production is pegged at 14.3mmt (14.5mmt in 2014). The forecasts by commodity (last year in brackets) are:
Remember that GIWA reports total production (retained seed/feed, deliveries to CBH/Bunge and end users).