Using accurate data to minimise your risk in the grain market
Who we are
Using accurate research and market analysis, we take the complexity and noise out of the grain market. We tailor our advice to your personal requirements, setting reasonable personal targets to increase profitability but also reduce risk. Opinions are great, but we use the data!
Who you are
We adapt our services to meet your needs within the grain industry. Whether you are a corporate business looking to improve business strategies, a farmer who grows grain or dairy farmer looking to lower your outgoing costs, we have a solution for you. Through market analysis we aim to reduce cost, reduce risk and thus improve your margins.
Minimise your risk whilst maximising your return
Lachstock was founded in 2007 a result of the deregulation of the grain market. The grain market experienced changes to procurement, distribution, product release and an increase in grain price volatility. With more participants and products hitting the market the buying and selling of grain became a complex process.
Lachstock uses analytical research rather than a salesperson with a silver tongue. Taking the complexity and noise out of the market whilst tailoring our advice to your personal requirements. We analyse the prior data and set reasonable personal targets to increase profitability but also reduce risk.
Lachstock Consulting holds an AFSL #320 562 to provide advice to wholesale clients on derivatives and foreign exchange.
Lachstock provides services to both corporate clients and farmers. Tailoring our solutions to your needs.
Example Wheat Supply & Demand Report
12th August 2019
Our new season Australian wheat crop estimate has been further cut back to 20 MMT (8.4 WA, 4.3 SA, 3.5 VIC, 3.0 NSW, 0.7 QLD). This is largely as we had been expecting (subjectively) might happen – weather across most of central/northern NSW and southern QLD has given hardly any of the crop there a chance to make a stand. It is even to the point where we’ve had trouble with crop masking on satellite imagery appropriately identifying wheat fields from fallow. As some have aptly noted, for many it has been as bad (or worse) than the millennial drought and as we mentioned before, much of the crop there simply won’t make a harvestable stand (or will be cut for hay where possible).
We wanted to include a couple of charts here to try and put this in perspective – please note that the following charts are not direct drivers of our crop estimates or S&D, but do show just how extreme the season is (even when viewed from a mile high perspective):…
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