Media Releases and Events

GIWA Noodle Wheat Outlook October 2019

View the full GIWA Noodle Wheat Outlook for October 2019 here (http://www.giwa.org.au/wheat-coun..

GIWA Receival Standards 2019

GIWA Receival Standards 2019 - reminder changes oats, canola, barley - download below or visit t..

GIWA Crop Report - September 2019

2019 Season – Harvest estimates drop to below average for WA. View the September 2019 GIWA..

2019 GIWA Forum and GIWA AGM

2019 GIWA Forum and GIWA AGM You are invited to Register Now (https://www.eventbrite.com.au/..

COGGO Research Fund  

The Council of Grain Grower Organisations Limited (COGGO) in Western Australia has established a 'COGGO Research Fund' to invest in research, development and extension projects that address issues affecting the profitability of Western Australian grain producers.

Projects can target any part of the Western Australian grain supply chain which clearly demonstrates a direct benefit to WA grain growers.

COGGO Research Fund

COGGO announces applications are open for research projects commencing in 2020, see Media Release for more information - closing 5pm Friday 5 July, 2019.

Media Release 2020 COGGO Research Fund Applications Open Media Release 2020 COGGO Research Fund Applications Open (209 KB)

COGGO Research Fund 2020 EOI Information and Application Form COGGO Research Fund 2020 EOI Information and Application Form (151 KB)

COGGO Limited announces successful applications for funding innovative projects for the benefit of the WA Grains Industry for project commencement from 1 January 2019. For more information view:

Media Release COGGO RESEARCH FUND PROJECTS ANNOUNCED 2019 Projects Media Release COGGO RESEARCH FUND PROJECTS ANNOUNCED 2019 Projects (416 KB)

Media Release 2019 COGGO Research Fund Applications Open Media Release 2019 COGGO Research Fund Applications Open (146 KB)

COGGO Research Fund 2019 Expression of Interest COGGO Research Fund 2019 Expression of Interest (151 KB)

Project funding ranges between $20,000 up to $50,000 per annum for one to two years, and is allocated on a competitive basis to projects which offer clear benefits to Western Australian grain growers. 

Around $300,000 in funding was made available by COGGO in 2017 for four projects. Details on past projects funded can be found on the COGGO website.

The COGGO Research Fund is financed through a voluntary levy collected from Western Australian grain growers who are members of COGGO with the cooperation of grain acquisition and marketing companies.  All WA grain growers are eligible to become members of COGGO. 

The Grain Industry Association of WA (GIWA) administers the COGGO Research Fund on behalf of COGGO. Further information is available by emailing coggoresearchfund@giwa.org.au or by phoning (08) 6262 2128.