Several primary farming sectors in Australia are expected to do well in 2001, according to the latest survey by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural & Resource Economics . Generally farm incomes have increased by 10%, amounting to 5.5 % or A$ gross value terms, a figure particularly boosted by the gains in cash incomes for producers of wool, beef and grain. During 2001 the price of wool has increased by 20% and beef by 9%, incomes reaching their highest level since 1989 and 1983, respectively.