Agfarm works with growers to manage the marketing and sale of their grain. We provide global grain intelligence, strong marketing expertise and an innovative range of products and services, that can work for you in the long term, to keep you in farming for generations to come.
Backed by Ruralco Holdings Ltd and CHS Inc, a farmer owned co-operative, we have a core commitment to helping our customers grow their businesses, improving their returns and delivering exceptional customer service, year on year.
Agfarm Accelerate provides a line of credit for all your cropping inputs - seed, fertiliser and chemicals - which is secured against your future harvest. It provides flexible funding options to support your cash flow needs from pre-sowing right through to harvest time.
Agfarm provides funding to your Agfarm Accelerate account which you use to purchase all your seed, fertiliser and chemical from your nearest participating store.
At harvest time, your account and accrued interest is repaid in grain (wheat, barley, sorghum or canola).
Variable interest rate of 5.75% and $0 fees
You choose the method and timing for selling your barley, wheat, canola or sorghum
that suits you best: sell cash, sell forward, target price or through Agfarm Advantage.
Where is the opportunity? Due to this global scenario we see a much larger than average speculative short in the CME futures market. The speculative funds have sold over 77,000 contracts as of December 6,...
All of Agfarm’s grain marketing programs are flexible and can provide cash flow in three business days. Monthly payments are available for those who prefer regular, spaced-out income and deferred...
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“Advantage 10 allows us to spread our risk over the entire year and receive regular monthly
cash flow right up until the next harvest.”