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Glencore Grain, a subsidiary of Glencore, has been operating in Australia for more than 10 years.

Glencore Grain is one of the largest buyers of wheat, barley, oilseeds, pulses, meals and cotton direct from Australian growers, with accumulation offices located across five key growing states; Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.

Glencore Grain has one of the world’s leading marketing and logistics networks for Australia’s commodities. Our strong relationship with growers allows us to effectively service domestic and international end-use customers.

Glencore Grain offers a range of flexible and simple marketing options to growers, including cash and forward contracts. Our financial strength, together with our global marketing and logistics network, ensures that growers can feel confident marketing with Glencore Grain.

In southern Australia, our wholly owned subsidiary, Viterra, provides the storage and handling network spanning key growing regions. This well established network has been serving customers for more than 50 years.


Corn Advances to Five-Week High on U.S. Harvest Delays
15/10/2014 12:11

Corn Advances to Five-Week High on U.S. Harvest Delays

Corn futures rose to the highest in five weeks on concern that rain will delay the harvest in the U.S., the world's largest producer. Soybeans touched a three-week high, and wheat gained.

Have hedge funds ended wave of selling in ags?
15/10/2014 12:00

Have hedge funds ended wave of selling in ags?

Hedge funds showed further signs of unwillingness to extend their negative take on agricultural commodities, with increased bearishness in corn and soybeans matched by more positive takes in cotton and sugar.

Evening markets: corn, soy soar, helped by US harvest delays
15/10/2014 11:53

Evening markets: corn, soy soar, helped by US harvest delays

If the last session surprised many investors because of the vehemence of selling in grains, despite lower-than-expected upgrades to official forecasts for the US corn and soybean harvests, Monday's trading saw quite the opposite.

Grain markets hit turbulence after data surprises
13/10/2014 14:26

Grain markets hit turbulence after data surprises

Grain markets hit turbulence after the US unveiled a less rosy picture for US and world supplies than investors had forecast, flagging a higher-than-expected acreage downgrade for domestic corn and soybean area, and increased world wheat feeding.

Aussie dryness grave for cotton, less so for wheat
10/10/2014 11:06

Aussie dryness grave for cotton, less so for wheat

Dryness in Australia has likely halved cotton sowings, but has not proved presented a disaster to wheat growers, although supplies are proving tight enough to lift local prices well above those abroad.

29/09/2014 16:07

INGRAINED

Glencore Grain has been ingrained in Australia for more than 10 years, and is one of the largest buyers of wheat, barley, oilseeds, pulses, sorghun and cotton direct from Australian growers...

Grain Business Magazine July 2014
01/08/2014 10:30

Grain Business Magazine July 2014

Glencore Grain's July 2014 issue of the Grain Business magazine is now available and contains leading agronomic, market and industry information for the benefit of growers.

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