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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.

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Sadly for Grainpro Alex Stuart (now Darlington) has decided not to return to Grainpro after her maternity leave. I would like to wish Alex all the best for her future and thank her for the wonderful contribution she has made to Grainpro over the years she was with us. We will miss you. ... See MoreSee Less

11/12/15

Yvette Bornstein MurphyAll the best for the future Alex. I am sure the girls will miss you immensely.2 months ago

Grainpro Pty Ltd added a new photo. ... See MoreSee Less

26/11/15

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Harvest is coming to a close and already the collective power of growers saying no to low prices evident..F1 was up at least $5 today. ... See MoreSee Less

26/11/15

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Grainpro would like to urgently advise that there has been a serious breech of security within our system, which has resulted in false, malicious emails being sent on behalf of Grainpro. We apologise for any emails of this nature that you may have received, and can assure you that their content is untrue. We are deeply regretful that this has occurred, and are doing all that we can to ensure it does not happen again. Our valued clients and suppliers can rest assured that we have now rectified the situation and look forward to our continued relations. Our new contact details are as follows: angela@grainpro.net.au accounts@grainpro.net.au logistics@grainpro.net.au If you have any queries, please contact Angela on 0407 462 385. We appreciate your understanding, Angela and the team at Grainpro ... See MoreSee Less

01/11/15

Robert LuetolfHacking into a person’s email or social media profile It is illegal to access someone’s emails, online instant messages or social media profiles using their password or login details without their permission. If you access this information without a person’s permission and you plan to use it to commit a serious crime, like identity theft, you will face more serious charges. It is also illegal to change someone’s password or login details for an online site without their permission. Example Sarah and Jessica go to school together. One day in the school library, Sarah accessed Jessica’s password protected email account without her permission. Sarah had seen Jessica’s email password written in her diary in class. Sarah sent an email to everyone in their class pretending to be Jessica saying “I hate you all and I am so much better than everyone here”. Jessica is now bullied by everyone in her class. Sarah may face criminal charges as she has accessed Jessica’s secure email account without her permission. She may also face charges for identity theft. What will happen to me if I do it? If you know someone’s password or login details for online or social media sites and use them or give them to someone else with the intention of committing a crime, you could be charged with identity theft and face up to 7 years in jail. Think about the types of things that are password protected on your computer. This includes all of your work on your school computer, all of your emails, and all of the content on your Facebook page. If you access someone else’s password protected material without their permission you could face up to 10 years in jail. If you access someone else’s password protected material and are thinking about committing a serious crime with that information, you could face more than 5 years in jail. A serious crime is one that is punishable by a gaol term of 5 years or more. I hope the person who did this to Grainpro will be brought to justice. I am quoting this from: http://www.lawstuff.org.au/nt_law/topics/article7/article73 months ago

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. ... See MoreSee Less

04/08/15

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Lots of handy information within these books! If you need any let us know. ... See MoreSee Less

Need the latest technical info on winter sowing? DPI have released their latest guide and is available from our offices http://ow.ly/M9sJ5

28/04/15

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Check out this new app... We will be giving it a go! ... See MoreSee Less

The University of Southern Queensland - Australia has helped us develop an app to estimate soil water! A trial version of SoilWaterApp is available and we’d love you to test it. Any feedback is much appreciated and helps us ensure the app meets your needs. Follow the link and register your interest to get access to the beta version: http://bit.ly/1wIhscu

27/04/15

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Check out GRDC link below! ... See MoreSee Less

Have you started sowing yet? Our recent 'Paddock Practices' has a pile of fact sheets, case studies and extension videos to help you weigh up your options when sowing in April: http://bit.ly/1DZiqWy

25/04/15

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Grainpro Pty Ltd shared Grains Research and Development Corporation's photo. ... See MoreSee Less

Want greater returns from your spray program dollars? Head to our updated adjuvants booklet for a practical guide to the use of adjuvants in a variety of farm chemicals including herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and growth regulator products: bit.ly/1ynTl7k

24/04/15

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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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