The latest from ABARES
Australian rural R&D on the rise
The value of Australian rural research and development (R&D) is on the rise, according to a new report released today by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES).
Released 21 September 2017.
Australian farm production to fall following record breaking year
The gross value of Australian farm production is forecast to fall almost 9 per cent to $58 billion in 2017–18, primarily reflecting a decline in crop production, according to the
Agricultural Commodities, September quarter 2017 report.
Released 19 September 2017.
Forecast decrease for winter crop production
Australia’s winter crop production is expected to decrease in 2017-18 as a result of unfavourable conditions in many key cropping regions, according to the latest
Australian Crop Report by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES). Released 12 September 2017.
Australian farm production returns to trend after phenomenal 2016-17
The gross value of Australian farm production is forecast to dip by 4.6 per cent to $59.9 billion in 2017–18, following last year’s record-breaking returns, according to the
Agricultural Commodities, June quarter 2017 issue.
Released 20 June 2017.
Australia’s crop production down, following a record-breaking 2016-17
Coming off the back of a record-breaking 2016-17,
winter crop production is forecast by ABARES’ June Crop Report to drop by 33 per cent in 2017–18 to 40.1 million tonnes, due largely to an assumed fall in average yields.
Released 14 June 2017.
Life in the fast lane: Australia’s $92 billion appetite deconstructed
New research on domestic food demand examines trends and issues behind an 88 per cent rise in the real value of household food consumption since 1989–90, from $49 billion to reach $92 billion in 2015–16.
Released 5 June 2017.
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