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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.


Indonesia woes lift coffee, but Ukraine fails to boost wheat
02/09/2014 09:48

Indonesia woes lift coffee, but Ukraine fails to boost wheat

There was cause to think wheat prices might rise in Europe, even in the absence of an influence from Chicago markets, with Ukraine troubles appearing only to get worse.

Wheat Slips in Paris as Ample Supply Seen Boosting Stocks
02/09/2014 09:44

Wheat Slips in Paris as Ample Supply Seen Boosting Stocks

Wheat futures fell in Paris trading as rising production in Europe and Russia is predicted to swell global stockpiles of the grain.

World wheat production is forecast to rise to a record 713.4 million metric tons in the 2014-15 season from......

World corn stocks to hit 27-year high, says IGC
02/09/2014 09:36

World corn stocks to hit 27-year high, says IGC

The International Grains Council raised to a 27-year high its forecast for world corn inventories, citing improved hopes for crops in Brazil, Europe and Ukraine, as it hiked again its estimate for grain supplies.

Wheat Falls on Bets Black Sea Tensions Won’t Crimp Supply
01/09/2014 15:47

Wheat Falls on Bets Black Sea Tensions Won’t Crimp Supply

Wheat fell for the first time in four sessions on speculation that tensions between Russia and Ukraine won't disrupt the global grain trade. Corn and soybeans slid as rain aids U.S. Midwest crops.

Soybeans Slump to Lowest Since 2010 on Record U.S. Crop
01/09/2014 15:45

Soybeans Slump to Lowest Since 2010 on Record U.S. Crop

Soybeans slumped to the lowest since 2010 on expectations farmers will harvest a record crop in the U.S., the world's biggest grower. Corn and wheat also fell.

Quality concerns spread as west Europe wheat harvest winds down
01/09/2014 14:51

Quality concerns spread as west Europe wheat harvest winds down

Western Europe's wheat harvest is nearing completion with quality concerns driven by persistant rain still centred on the region's top producer France also starting to seep into Britain, analysts say.

Wheat Reaches Almost 3-Week High in Chicago on Black Sea
01/09/2014 14:47

Wheat Reaches Almost 3-Week High in Chicago on Black Sea

Wheat rose to the highest in eight weeks in Chicago amid concerns that supplies from the Black Sea region will be disrupted as tension escalated between Ukraine and Russia.

Ukraine harvest clouds spark wheat price revival
20/08/2014 10:34

Ukraine harvest clouds spark wheat price revival

Wheat futures bounced 3% amid fresh concerns over the impact of Ukraine's crisis on its supplies of the grain, with the country confirming crop losses and - unconfirmed � market talk of potential export curbs.

Wheat Declines as Black Sea Export Outlook Is Weighed
19/08/2014 17:11

Wheat Declines as Black Sea Export Outlook Is Weighed

Wheat futures fell as concerns eased that the conflict between Ukraine and Russia will disrupt exports from the Black Sea region. Corn dropped, snapping the longest rally since February.

Hedge Funds Extend Longest Soybean Bear Streak Since 2006
19/08/2014 17:02

Hedge Funds Extend Longest Soybean Bear Streak Since 2006

Hedge funds extended the longest bearish streak for soybeans in eight years as improving crop conditions bolster prospects for a record harvest in the U.S., the world's largest grower.

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