Classification to GTA.
Our Classification to Grain Trade Australia (GTA) standards facilitates contract trade of grain within Australia and into export markets and helps to identify grain trade opportunities.
The role of Grain Trade Australia (GTA) is to ensure the efficient facilitation of commercial activities across the grain supply chain. This includes establishing and administering of trade standards and trade contracts. Grain Trades usually require classification to GTA standards and trade cannot occur without them.
The AgEtal Lab classification to GTA Standards encompasses a wide range of grain commodities and tests are carried out according to GTA guidelines and are NATA Accredited. Obtaining classification to GTA is important for businesses involved in the purchasing, selling, trading and brokering or operating within the commercial grain industry. Helps to identify opportunities for maximising returns in trade.
Classification to GTA Prices
Grain Analysis Prices
- GTA1 - $136.73 Pulses (other than Mungbeans – see separate pricing)
- GTA2 - $203.28 All Other (We cannot do Falling Number tests on Wheat at present)
AgEtal provides a number of stand alone grain tests, for example:
- Moisture NIR - $33.88
- Protein NIR - $33.88
- Protein and moisture Same Sample - $55.66
- Oil Content NIR - $33.88
- Moisture Oven - $88.33
- Moisture HE50 - $26.62
- Screenings - $31.46 (Enquire)
- Test Weight - $31.46
- Admixture - $99.00
- Seed Count - $44.44
- Sizing - $8.18
- Pop Corn Popping Expansion - $152.46