Cereals and Oilseeds markets
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Grain Market Outlook 2020
Grain Market Outlook webinar
2020 has been a year of challenges for the arable sector, from a sharply lower planted area to the impacts of a global pandemic. As we move forward into 2021, a longer-term view on the volatility of domestic and global grain markets is needed now more than ever. This year the Grain Market Outlook Conference comes to you online, ensuring you don't miss out on critical market information.
On Tuesday 13 October our expert market analysts recorded a live webinar presenting the annual market outlook. The session covered what to look out for in global and domestic grain and oilseed markets during 2020/21.
Grain Market Outlook 2020
Grain Market Outlook questions
Key skills for your business
In this short video, Amie Burke (AHDB Skills Development Manager) discusses a few helpful pointers on developing skills and business knowledge that can be built into everyday working to help manage an arable business.
Cost of production - part 1
Chris Leslie and Mark Topliff from AHDB talk to arable farmers Mark McCallum and David Fuller-Shapcott about how they approach getting to grips with their cost of production. In part 1, the group discuss prices of inputs and lessons from 2019/20.
Cost of production - part 2
Chris Leslie and Mark Topliff from AHDB talk to arable farmers Mark McCallum and David Fuller-Shapcott about how they approach getting to grips with their cost of production. In part 2, the group discuss expectations on costs for 2020 harvest and implications on businesses going forwards.
Grain marketing strategies
In this video, David Eudall (AHDB's Head of Arable Market Specialists) is joined by Philip Dolbear (AHDB Senior Knowledge Exchange Manager), Mark Chandler (Petworth Monitor Farm) and Julian Gold (Hendred Farm Partnership) to discuss grain marketing options and strategies.
Grain Market Outlook Podcast
On Friday 16 October we released a special one-off edition of the AHDB podcast. The episode focused on international markets, with special guests discussing the global data drive in agricultural commodities; how South America will drive grain markets over the coming months; the impact of Australia on this years global market and if Russia will keep growing it's share of world wheat exports.
Robert Johansson – Chief Economist at the US Department of Agriculture. He will discuss how the US is using data to improve market awareness and what the big global drivers are
Ben Buckner, Analyst at AgResource, will look at the details of the US maize and soybean markets and what the prospects are for South American crops
Andrew Whitelaw of Thomas Elder Markets, based in Australia, will discuss the outlook for Aussie barley and oilseed rape and how this affects the UK
Andrey Sizov, SovEcon discusses the important aspects of the Russian wheat market and impact on global prices