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Whether you're an established farmer or new to the land, it's important to find people who are willing to roll up their sleeves and work with you.

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What agribusiness does

The right people

Over 200 agribusiness managers who are dedicated to your business, understand your industry and can give you support, advice and access to tools that you need.

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Industry insights

We share market-leading agribusiness insights that can help you identify key business challenges and opportunities.

Community support

Numerous grants and programs to support regional Australia, including providing more than $5 million to support more than 800 community groups under the Seeds of Renewal program since 2003.

Grants are administered by the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) and applications are accepted on an annual basis. Applications for the 2024 Program closes at 5pm (Sydney/Melbourne time) Thursday 1 August 2024.

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What agribusiness offers

Agribusiness products

From everyday banking to financing machinery for the farm, our solutions can provide you with the versatility you need to help manage your business.

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Farm debt mediation

ANZ commits to eight guiding principles when lending to family farming customers in financial distress who require the management of our Lending Services team (Australia).

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Supporting our community

We're committed to helping build vibrant and sustainable communities in regional Australia.

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Recent ANZ Agri INFOCUS issues

Commodity Insights, Winter 2024

As we officially enter winter, the temperature has dropped across the country. At the same time, some areas across the south continue to struggle with a lack of rain and many commodity prices remain lower than you’d hope – or become used to. For many producers and the market in general, this winter may be the opportunity to reset. To take stock of livestock numbers, and hopefully receive some rain to refill the dams and support the winter crop.

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Australian Beef: The Carve Up, Beef Week 2024

The Australian beef industry of today isn't what it was 20 years ago. The relative predictability and stability in prices that producers had many years ago has been replaced by increasing volatility in the saleyard and new and growing opportunities to turn off cattle at lighter weights for higher prices. For producers, today's market presents both higher volatility and also more opportunities – highlighting the growing need for today’s farmer to be agile.

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Commodity Insights, Autumn 2024

The 2023 calendar year delivered patchy results throughout Australia. But overall it was another year of above average production. Most striking was the late season heavy rains that didn’t do near as much damage to winter crops as one might have expected. Late cyclones and bushfires also sprang up towards the end of summer causing serious damage at local levels. Some areas missed out on everything altogether.

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Bluenotes articles

Betting the (fish) farm in the far north

Dan and Tarun Richards have survived challenges, including the elements, to create Humpty Doo Barramundi in the Northern Territory – the largest Australian-owned sustainable fish farming operation.

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Bigger slice of the steak pie

Australia’s beef industry has embraced new technology and export markets – but it’s also taken a smarter approach to the supply chain.

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Searching for the good oil

Australians love olive oil, but prices are skyrocketing. How will this impact the nation’s dinner tables?

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