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.

Agfarm Colouring Competition

To celebrate 10 years of Agfarm Advantage our structured grain sales program, we’re running a colouring competition so you can all be involved in the party. It opens on Saturday 1st December, runs until Sunday 13th January and has four different age categories with prizes to be won. For more information and to download the colouring image and entry form click the button below.

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Market Updates

  • VIC Market Update – 13/12/2018

    James Ryssenbeek, Agfarm Regional Manager VIC Rain and showers this week continue to stretch out harvest. There have been some very big falls, most notably 130mm in Birchip! Another 53mm for Warracknabeal on almost the same amount a fortnight ago. These two areas are fairly well through harvest if not all done, and I haven’t […]

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  • WA Market Update – 13/12/2018

    Reid Seaby, Regional Manager WA Another pretty strong week of harvest progress with tonnes received into CBH as of Tuesday climbing over the 12MMT. After a very slow start, the Albany zone is now in full swing with most growers completing their barley and canola and now harvesting wheat. Having said this, there is seemingly […]

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