THE SA 2021-22 harvest continues to trickle in at Viterra silo sites, with growers delivering just over 37,500 tonnes this past month.
Total receivals have now surpassed 5.7 million tonnes.
The majority of deliveries were wheat, which made up half of the deliveries, followed by lentils, faba beans and barley.
Viterra has also been busy outturning grain, including wheat, barley, faba beans, canola and lentils heading offshore to 29 different destinations.
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Viterra chief operations officer James Murray says of the 5.7mt received during the harvest, there is about 4.5mt booked for shipping so far.
"More than 2.5mt has been loaded at our port terminals so far this season, with 1mt loaded onto vessels at our Adelaide port terminals alone," he said.
"It's a great effort by our teams as we see continued demand for grain from our system.
"There are around 40 buyers active in the Viterra system, which includes 13 exporters shipping grain around the world, giving growers access to a number of buyers and markets."
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