Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre

Supporting the trade and use of Australian grain across the world

The Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre supports the trade and use of Australian grains around the world through cutting-edge grain quality and processing technology and market research innovation.

Key clients include stakeholders across the supply chain, ranging from Australian grain producers, plant breeders, marketers and traders, to millers, processors and consumers.

AEGIC provides national leadership and enables collaboration and capacity-building in Australia’s export grain industry with the end goal of returning enhanced value to growers.

AEGIC Capability Statement

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Latest News

Monday 20 June 2016

Challenge for Australian biodiesel Canola to the EU

Canola exports to the EU are very valuable to Australia, but strict environmental restrictions regarding biofuels pose a challenge.

Friday 17 June 2016

AEGIC to cease climate monitoring and crop forecasting

AEGIC will cease climate forecasting and crop monitoring activities at the end of June 2016.

Tuesday 14 June 2016

AEGIC mourns passing of Geoff Honey

The Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre is saddened at the passing of Geoff Honey.

Friday 10 June 2016

June 2016 yield predictions

The June 2016 predicted shire wheat yield map has been released.
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