Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences
Welcome to the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES), the science and economics research division of the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment.
The Australian Crop Report - December 2020 forecasts a 76 per cent rise in Australia’s 2020-21 winter crop production to 51.5 million tonnes, second only to the record 56.7 million tonnes in 2016–17.
Australia’s farmers are well placed to benefit from global market changes as countries and businesses around the world act on and adapt to climate change, the latest ABARES Insights paper has found.
The upgrade in the forecast for gross value of Australian agricultural production reflects higher winter and summer crop production following a favourable spring and positive rainfall outlook, and an increase in the value of domestic saleyard cattle.
This ABARES Insights report analysis returns across the economy from agricultural exports, comparing different pathways for value creation, such as adding attributes or further downstream processing.
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