Tough times continue

AUSTRALIA is facing the prospect of a winter crop the smallest in more than a decade.

The winter crop outlook showed just 27.7 million tonnes would be harvested — the smallest since 2007/08 — as ongoing severe drought conditions continue to take their toll on many of the nation's main cropping regions, according to agribusiness specialist Rabobank.

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