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Insights February 2013

Insights Newsletter

Categories: General, Equipment, Farm Innovation & technology, Commodities, Weather, Dairy, Beef, Sheep & lambs, Cropping

It seems that lately every year begins with an extreme weather event. In 2012, we saw flooding across much of the Eastern states and, in a similar dramatic fashion, 2013 arrived with bush fires in Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales. Our thoughts are with affected residents of these areas during these challenging times.
The impact of these events is felt by all Australians, through tragic loss of life and property and devastating damage to livelihood. The flow-on effect on the cost and supply of produce will continue to impact the farming industry, as well as all Australian consumers, for some time.
As the only wholly Australian owned and operated agribusiness bank in the country, we are looking forward to assisting local communities to respond to the
challenges, as well as the opportunities presented in 2013.



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