Welcome to Agfarm

Agfarm is a diversified agribusiness focused on grower and consumer services, providing global grain intelligence and marketing expertise to small, large and commercial growers, as well as accumulation networks for grain buyers. We offer an innovative range of products and services that will help the industry to prosper for generations to come. Agfarm has a national footprint with staff throughout the Australian grain belt, providing a wide range of local and national knowledge as well as accurate unbiased market intelligence and price discovery.

2018 Crop Progression

This season, in conjunction with grain growing families around Australia, Agfarm is visually documenting crops from sowing to harvest. Each visit, the team will take notes on specific elements such as rainfall, chemical and fertiliser applications, average temperatures, pest problems and a bunch of other interesting facts and figures.

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Agfarm World Market Updates

  • WA Market Update – 20/07/2018

    Reid Seaby, Agfarm Regional Manager WA Another good week for Western Australia farmers this week with rain over the weekend adding to an already good moisture profile in most areas. The eight day forecast is showing more rain for this weekend, which will boost moisture levels even further. Yield potential for Geraldton and Kwinana zones […]

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  • SNSW Market Update – 20/07/2018

    Nathan Michael, Agfarm Account SNSW The fundamentals of this growing season will not change in the space of a week, although it has to be said there is certainly a different feel about the current situation. Buyers, consumers and most of all growers seem quite nervous about the prospects of a ‘normal’ season this year […]

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