Horizons #58 – Fuzzy logic: identifying tomorrow’s drivers

Horizons #58 – Fuzzy logic: identifying tomorrow’s drivers

Proposing valid, long term grain consumption scenarios – as required by players in the Australian grains industry – requires a different approach and tools to short-term forecasts, some of which are slightly fuzzy and challenging for us data driven analysts.

Horizons #57 – The pie is getting bigger: why grain market growth rates matter

Horizons #57 – The pie is getting bigger: why grain market growth rates matter

Australia continues to increase its production and export of wheat; Australia’s principal grain. However, growth rates in the global export of other grains outstrip that of wheat. This is causing the pie of international traded grains to grow, with Australian wheat’s share of that pie gradually shrinking; even though wheat production in Australia remains profitable.

Horizons #56 – Dorothea Mackellar is still right!

Horizons #56 – Dorothea Mackellar is still right!

Australia’s climate remains highly variable, challenging agricultural production and its related sectors. Yet despite Australia being a global leader in volatility of agricultural production, farmers and scientists are consistently delivering improvements to ensure farming remains profitable.