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Announcing WIAA 100

Congratulations to the 100 Women in Australian Agribusiness

AMAZING women making a difference to rural Australia from the paddock to the boardroom have been recognised in the Women in Australian Agribusiness 100 announced today.

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Your Local Team
Your Local Team

The team at EP Grain would welcome you to drop in and see them at their offices.

For more info phone (08) 8682 4955

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Average Price Plus
Average Price Plus

Want to sell your 2013/14 production but don’t know what day is the right day to sell? Then the Average Price Plus is for you.

Your grain is evenly marketed across the allocated period that you choose.

You tell us what you would like to market and over what period and our marketing team will take care of the rest.

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Cash & Carry

Cash & Carry is a product that enables growers to defer income from Cash sales in order to increase returns while managing cash flow.

  • Choose the timing of payments for cash sales into future months
  • Defer payment and receive a premium
  • Payments can also be deferred over financial accounting periods

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Price Later
Price Later

EP Grain’s Price Later contract enables growers to access cash flow at harvest without having to price their grain in the harvest cash markets.

The contract allows growers to be actively involved in the pricing of their grain, and allows growers to participate in the wheat cash market over a period of time and defer pricing until such time as they see fit.

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Latest News

And the winners are…

March 26th, 2014

AMAZING women making a difference to rural Australia from the paddock to the boardroom have been recognised in the Women in Australian Agribusiness 100 announced today. Close to 200 nominations were received for the inaugural WIAA 100 – a joint initiative of EP Grain parent company Emerald Grain and Fairfax Media designed to shine a…

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The Market Insider

Thursday, July 31

July 30th, 2014

With tension still in Ukraine the market is pricing a slight amount of risk, but oversupply of corn and perfect upcoming harvest conditions are still keeping corn prices at a four-year low. Beans are getting  stronger with China back in the buying  game, and wheat tried to find some ground overnight but unfortunately nothing eventuated.

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