Southern Ag Grain began in 2009 as part of a joint venture between grower owned Southern AgVenture and leading Australian grain company Emerald. This merger allowed southern NSW grain growers to take control of their grain marketing and benefit from the local expertise of the Southern Ag Grain staff when tackling complex issues like price risk management.
Pacific Seeds has been an Australian seed market leader for over 50 years. Target research over the years has led to the marketing of seeds that meets the growers demands as well as fulfilling the needs of the industry. The strong relationships with local researchers has lead to the development of varieties that best suit the Australian climate.
AusWest Seeds began as West Brothers Seeds in the early 1950’s, when the West Brother’s farming operation expanded into the production of pasture seed. Their small seed cleaning plant soon blossomed into the seed marketing powerhouse that it is today. AusWest Seeds is primarily a wholesale seed company that deals with rural retailers and seed re-sellers throughout NSW and Queensland.
Incitec is a global manufacturer and marketer of fertilisers. Incitec’s bulk fertiliser packages are exported to growers through a network of over 200 businesses, partners and agents. Incitec supports growers from the fruit growers in northern Queensland to the dairy producers in Tasmania.
ADAMA supplies efficient solutions to Australian producers across the entire agricultural value chain including crop protection, novel agricultural technologies and complementary non-crop business advice. The company is defined by its strict approach to environmental protection and quality control when it comes to agrochemicals.
Australian Grain Technologies (AGT) is Australia’s largest plant breeding company, and the market leader in wheat genetics. AGT employs a national breeding approach with four regional breeding nodes located throughout the Australian wheat belt. This regional approach has allowed AGT to breed better adapted varieties that add value to Australian growers.