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European Grains Tour 2018

 

Tour Highlights

Rabobank’s 2018 Grains Tour is your opportunity to travel with a group of leading Australian grains and oilseeds farmers, meet progressive European farmers and visit key agricultural operations and industry giants.

Travel through farming regions of the Netherlands and visit Rabobank’s headquarters in Utrecht before heading through the grains regions of Germany, the major port of Hamburg and onto Ukraine, potentially one of Australia’s greatest production competitors.

You will learn about:

  • Black Sea region wheat production systems and businesses
  • Emerging technologies and innovations in farming production
  • European domestic markets and EU trade
  • Grains processing and manufacture of protein, bi-products and new energy
  • Environmental considerations for sustainability, soil quality and stable ecosystems
  • Large scale cropping and developments in export infrastructure

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Tour Dates & Fees

 Commencing:

 Sunday 1 July 2018 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

   
 Concluding*:
 Friday 13 July 2018 in Kiev, Ukraine 
 


 Tour fee**:

AUD $6,975pp - twin share

AUD $7,750pp - single travellers

 

*Tour dates are inclusive, the tour will conclude after breakfast on Saturday 14 July. 

** Tour fee is per person and includes 13 night’s accommodation and most meals, ground and air transport during the tour, leisure passes/activities, farm tours and industry visits, tour guides and guest speakers. International return flights and transfers from Australia to the Netherlands and from Ukraine are not included in the tour fee.

Get the latest on the European Grains Tour

Contact Nerida Sweetapple, Head of Knowledge and Networks, Rabobank, for more information.

Black Sea and Surrounding Regions

Since early 2000's Black Sea origin wheat has grown – from comprising less than 10% to making up to 25% of global grain markets. For Australia, the volume and price of Black Sea origin wheat in Australia’s traditional and major markets in South-East Asia has been a cause for concern.

Get the full RaboResearch report on “The Brass Tacks of the Black Sea Wheat Challenge”.

Global Experiences & Networks 

As the world’s leading bank for food & agribusiness, Rabobank has networks across the globe. We can open gates into almost any farming community and agribusiness industry. Rabobank’s knowledge tours focus on engaging with farmers and the leading agri firms around the globe – learning firsthand about the innovation and technology driving this sector.

Ask your Rabobank manager today about our Knowledge Tours.