Small enough to care and large enough to matter, Grainpro is one of the few independent grain marketing businesses left in the “Trade”.

Grainpro provides flexibility and creativity in grain marketing, with dedicated staff specialising in niche and commodity grains. At Grainpro, the staff are highly skilled and trained. They are loyal, committed and of the ‘can-do’ mentality.

Grainpro prides itself on business ethics based on old world values of integrity and honestly. This openness and has allowed for supplier and buyer trust.

In addition, Grainpro also has a large storage facility with a capacity of 50 000MT, which is largely used for cotton-seed storage.

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Harvest is well and truly under way! This week has been a very busy week for the girls at Grainpro! Plenty of wheat and barley coming off. We have feed wheat and barley buying interest off the header with trucks ready to pick up out of the paddock. Call Angie 0407462385 for pricing. Have a great weekend and happy harvesting! ... See MoreSee Less


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On Monday night, the story of Lock the Gate campaign founder, Drew Hutton, will be told on ABC's Australian Story. Drew has been an inspiration to communities around the country. His extraordinary generosity, courage and vision have made Lock the Gate what we are today, but there has been a personal cost. Join us at 8pm on Monday as we all watch Drew's Australian Story, and hold a Twitter and Facebook conversation talking about courage, country and commitment. We'll be online as the show airs and for an hour or two afterwards. On twitter, we'll be using the hashtags #australianstory and #lockthegate to share Drew’s and Lock the Gate’s stories, and wearing the heart of Australian mining-affected communities on our sleeves. We know that sharing with other people and working together makes us stronger, more creative and more resilient as a network. That’s why we’ll be taking part in the national coal and gas gathering Protecting Our Heritage, Embracing the Future later this year. The gathering will be at Ivory’s Rock, near Ipswich in Queensland, from 24-27 October. Will you be there? People will travel from across Australia to share their stories about living with the impacts of unsafe mining, and how they have found new and inspiring ways to defend the country. There are special early bird rates if you register before 10th August, so take the plunge! Our movement joins the visionary power of some unique individuals that we all admire with the unmatched collective strength of communities working together. On Monday night on Australian Story, and in Ipswich in October, be part of celebrating and paying respect to the power of community, commitment, grief and the getting of wisdom with us. (Taken from Lock the Gate Newsletter) ... See MoreSee Less


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It's all true! Best decision we ever made!! Anyone looking to create, update or revamp your business logo/business cards/website give Kabosh Creative a call!! ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you Grainpro, for your lovely feedback! "Grainpro Pty Ltd employed Kabosh Creative to build our new website (www.grainpro.com.au) and we couldn’t be happier! We feel very fortunate to have found such an energetic and professional business to help us with this daunting task! Kate understood the look and feel that we wanted and delivered the site in a timely manner. Kate helped us right through the process, from design to getting the site live. Kabosh Creative is different from other companies that we have experienced in this field. Kate didn’t just dump us and run as soon as she finished the site. She provided in-depth and easy to understand tutorials for going forward with our website. She also went out of her way to fix up and finalise any technical problems that we experienced. We recommend Kabosh Creative to any business, large or small!" Angela Greenhalgh Director Grainpro Pty Ltd


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Australian Farm Labour Costs Skyrocketing: Rabobank Agriculture in Focus Australian labour costs in dairy are 100 per cent more than in the US. Rabobank's Luke Chandler outlines key limitations in agricultural production (Sarina Locke) MAP: Sydney 2000 A Rabobank report says the cost of labour in Australia's dairy industry is now double that of the United States, and the cost of producing grain is higher than any other competitor. The report sets out six major blockages to Australian agricultural production. Rabobank says government and industry have to work together to reduce costs and increase innovation and infrastructure. Luke Chandler, general manager of food and agri-research at Rabobank says the high cost of labour has to be addressed. "In the dairy sector, for example, the cost of production (labour) is 100 per cent higher than the US. "It doesn't matter what sector you're looking at, whether it's grains, dairy, sugar, beef, we're significantly more expensive than a number of our competitors around the world. "That's why we really need to be focussed on value markets who are prepared to pay a premium for the clean green image and the supply chain assurance that we can offer." Mr Chandler says Australia holds the unfortunate title as Number One for the cost of producing grain at US$146 a tonne, compared to Ukraine at US$136 a tonne. He says not only is grain production in the Black Sea and South American countries cheaper, the farmers also receive larger subsidies than Australian farmers. Subsidies make up 50 to 60 per cent of Korean and Japanese farmers' incomes. United States farmers receive around 8 per cent of their income from the government. In Mexico it's 12 per cent, Canada 14 per cent, Brazil 5 per cent, Australia 2.7 per cent, and New Zealand less than 1 per cent. It's not just trade distorting subsidies that is a concern, it's also the lack of government and industry investment in infrastructure, Rabobank warns. Mr Chandler says Brazil's Government is investing $60 billion in improving rail links to ports. Canada's rail freight for grain is already half the price of Australia's. It takes 16 trains in Australia to haul 60,000 tonnes to port, compared to Canada's six trains. He says these are all key reasons for pursuing the remaining eight Free Trade Agreements the Government has on its books. The seven that have been signed to date make up 28 per cent of the value of Australian trade, and the other eight make up another 45 per cent. Rabobank plans to release detailed report for each of the six areas it highlighted as priorities; • 1. Rising production costs both on-farm and beyond the farmgate • 2. International market access • 3. Logistics infrastructure • 4. (In)efficiencies regulatory pressures • 5. Capital constraints • 6. Product innovation and development ... See MoreSee Less


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I have traded with Angela Greenhalgh for over a decade and I have always been impressed with her professional approach and ability to find grain in all market conditions. Under her leadership Grainpro has gone from a niche player to an accepted and respected counterparty in the grain trade and I can recommend Grainpro to buyers and sellers of grain alike. Another plus point is the friendly and professional staff supporting Angela and making Grainpro a joy to trade with.
Robert Luetolf, Cogeser Australia Pty Ltd

Grainpro are a very professional outfit who pride themselves on reliability. I find the information I am provided with is very reliable. The execution of contracts is most professional and reliable, and all the accounts and administrative end of their business is second to none. I would recommend Grainpro to anyone needing a solid company to transact grain or any commodity with.
Jack Vivers, Ceres Agricultural Company
We have sold grain through Grainpro since 2010, over this time we have got to know Angie, Alex and now Ann-Maree, in the office, very well, we have found them very pleasant and easy to deal with and payment is always on time. Without any hesitation we recommend Grainpro highly.
Peter, Rae, Tim & Grant Quade, Quade Family Trust

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