Introducing Agfarm Accelerate
Turn your future grain production into a line of credit with Agfarm Accelerate. If you are looking to finance your cropping inputs, free up your cash flow and access funds from pre-sowing right through to harvest, Agfarm Accelerate is the product for you.
Upsides to Accelerate
Launch into Accelerate
We listen when you talk about the increasing costs of cropping inputs and funding with traditional banks, we have developed Agfarm Accelerate as a flexible and simple way to finance your cropping inputs for this harvest.
Find a store near you
Purchase your cropping inputs at participating stores around Australia and bill your purchases against your Agfarm Accelerate account.
Enter your postcode to find the nearest store offering Agfarm Accelerate.
- What is Agfarm Accelerate?
Agfarm Accelerate is a line of credit secured against future crop production, which you can use to purchase all your cropping inputs: agchem, fertiliser, water, crop insurance, fuel and lubricants.
- How does it work?
Once established, inputs purchased on your Agfarm Accelerate account are paid by Agfarm on the due date. Each month, you will receive financial and purchase statements to reconcile your purchases.
- How do I repay my Agfarm facility?
You repay the facility to Agfarm post-harvest from crop sale proceeds. Agfarm Accelerate does not have tonnage or buyer lock-ins.
Agfarm Account Managers can help you with your sales strategy and execution process, or you can manage your own marketing plan.
- How do I apply?
- Fees and interest charges
The variable compounding interest rate is as follows;
- Facilities equal to or greater than $250,000 command a rate of 5.99% p.a.
- Facilities less than $250,000 command a rate of 6.99% p.a.
Instances where Agfarm is unable to attain first right crop security, a 2% increase on interest is charged.
The Administration fee is 1.25% of the approved limit, applied to the account upon opening.
- What security do I need to provide?
Agfarm will register a security interest over your future crop production while the facility is in use, using the Public Property Security Register (PPSR).
PPSR is an Australia wide online government operated register, detailing personal property used as security.
- When do I need to repay my loan?
- 15th January for winter crop
- 15th October for summer crop
- Who can I sell to?
You can sell to any major trader or consumptive market. Agfam Account Managers can assist you with this process.
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Need more Information?
Speak to one of our helpful staff today on 1300 243 276 or download a brochure.