Export Fodder

For more than 25 years, the Australian export fodder industry has supplied forage to countries around the world. Key export markets include Japan, Korea, China and Taiwan. Export fodder includes a wide range of crop and pasture species that are grown, harvested and lightly processed for both on-farm use and export. Export fodder production includes hay and silage of all types (pasture, cereal, lucerne, clover and others), chaff, vetch and pelletised feed.

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Latest news and events

Export Fodder

AgriFutures Chicken Meat and Export Fodder Advisory Panel member recruitment

AgriFutures Australia is currently recruiting for positions across our Chicken Meat and Export Fodder Advisory Panels.

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EXPORT FODDER / 02.11.22

Calling all AgriFutures Australia growers and producers: you are invited to be a part of the inaugural Innovation Intensive Tour

Advancements in agricultural technology have enabled more informed decision-making about crops and livestock, eased traditionally labour-intensive tasks, reduced environmental impacts, and generated a range of efficiencies in production, processing and distribution.

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EXPORT FODDER / 19.08.22

New marsupials complementing InterGrain’s oat portfolio

With an eye to providing industry with a range of genetic tools to suit various farming situations, InterGrain have added two new conventional oaten hay varieties, Wallaby and Kultarr to its cereal portfolio.

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EXPORT FODDER / 26.05.22

Meet James Kellaway, the new AgriFutures Export Fodder Advisory Panel Chair

James Kellaway has a long-standing history with Australian agriculture spanning executive and non-executive roles from sheep and beef, to poultry, fruit and vegetables, with experience covering marketing, export market access and development, policy formulation and research, development and extension (RD&E). It’s this experience that stands him in good stead for his new role as the AgriFutures Export Fodder Advisory Panel Chair.

James shared his views on key opportunities for the Australian export fodder industry and how he hopes to help capture these opportunities in his time as Chair of the AgriFutures Export Fodder Advisory Panel.

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