Grains Australia takes the lead in coordinating and managing a number of research, development and extension (RD&E) projects aligned with the priorities of the Australian grains industry.

These projects are designed to deliver value to Australian grain growers and the entire supply chain by enhancing competitiveness and profitability.

This includes projects that were funded through the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries’ Agricultural Trade and Market Access Cooperation (ATMAC) Program. The ATMAC Program provided grants for projects that harnessed opportunities for Australian agricultural commodities to access new markets and strengthen market presence through existing channels. 

Active RD&E projects
Foundation market intelligence for Africa
Consumer preferences choice modelling on ESG
Lupin value adding (TBD)
Canola meal to New Zealand
Understanding and prioritising Non-Tariff Measures (NTMs)
Active ATMAC Program projects
Market diversification for malting barley
Exploring new demand for Australian barley in SE Asian markets
Market indices to identify future wheat and barley market opportunities
Identifying immediate SE Asian aquaculture markets with best fit for Australian grain
Australian Grains Industry Conference AGIC-Asia Indonesia round table
Benchmarking Australian wheat quality and performance
Recently completed projects
Feed grain/weather damaged grain for South East Asia
Continued development and coordination of the Market Diversification Framework (ATMAC Program)
Pilot program to expand the markets for Australian pulses (ATMAC Program)
Support for the development of the Australia/India grains industry partnership (ATMAC Program)
Communicating Australian grain growing practices to support our reputation for the production of high-quality, safe food (ATMAC Program)

Please contact us to find out more about our projects and reports.

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