Australian grain prices have continued to strengthen in the past week as the reverberations off smaller than expected harvests in Western Australia and South Australia are felt on the east coast.
The WASDE report proves to be mildly bullish for wheat, barley and corn, but on the whole, it was quite underwhelming.
Increased cyclonic activity in northern Australia offers the chance of improved rain for Queensland farmers.
Hay continues to make its way from Victoria to Queensland and industry is warning that supplies will be harder to source come autumn.
In spite of the focus on the domestic grain market, there are still concerns about the transparency of access to Australia's ports.
2019 was a record-breaking year for all the wrong reasons, with the BOM confirming it was Australia's hottest and driest 12 months ever.
Pigeon peas have some promise in Australian conditions, but learning to better manage weeds will be critical in their commercial success.
Fodder is beginning to arrive in bushfire hit regions such as the South Coast of NSW and Gippsland and the Upper Murray in Victoria.