More than 95%

of Australian grain farms are
family owned and operated.



Proudly representing Australia’s
grain farmers since 1958


Grain Farmers

contribute significantly to the Australian economy, growing crops valued at around $14.6 billion each year. Scroll down for more facts!

The national voice of Australian grain farmers

GrainGrowers is a leading voice for Australian grain farmers, representing their interests at a national and international level.

GrainGrowers strives to be a strong and influential voice, setting the agenda for change on national issues which will benefit grain farmers now and into the future. We work with progressive and profit-focussed farmers to drive positive change and advance their agenda both nationally and internationally.

Investing in the future capacity of the industry, GrainGrowers also plays a lead role in developing and supporting innovative grower leaders through a range of flagship initiatives.

We have built and market a variety of specialty digital agtech products designed to improve grain farmers’ productivity and profitability.

If you’re a grain farmer, we invite you to become a free member and join with 17,000 other members across Australia to help shape the future and drive positive change for the Australian grains industry.

– What’s New –

Media Releases - December 2018
December 12, 2018

Winners of GrainGrowers’ calendar photo competition announced

Each year, GrainGrowers holds a photo competition for Australian grain farmers to showcase their great industry. This year, we received a significant number of high quality entries from across the…
Micro Surveys - 2018
September 27, 2018

Glyphosate Micro Survey Answers

Download a copy of our standard letter you can use to send to your MP and a list of all MPs and their contact information. We asked for your views…
Publications - 2018
December 7, 2018

The National Residue Survey 2017-18

The National Residue Survey is an essential part of Australia’s pesticide and veterinary medicine residue management framework providing verification of good agricultural practice in support of chemical control-of-use legislation and guidelines..
Media Releases - December 2018
December 6, 2018

GrainGrowers partners with 30 farming system and grower groups throughout Australia

GrainGrowers has announced it will support 30 local farming system groups and grower groups across Australia in 2018-19 under its Partnership Opportunity Program...

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Grain Growers Limited

GrainGrowers is Australia's national, independent, member-based, financially sustainable, technically resourced, grain producer organisation.
Grain Growers Limited
Grain Growers Limited
Great to read this profile piece on Jordy, who competed in our Australian Universities Crop Competition last year. Have a look on our website for more info on the 2019 competition.
Grain Growers Limited
Grain Growers Limited
Interested in what GrainGrowers does? Our membership is free and open to all grain farmers over the age of 18, with an ordinary interest in 20 hectares or more of grain under cultivation. Join online or DM us and we'll be in touch with more details.
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Grain Growers Limited
Our National Policy Group & Social Leadership program members joined David Littleproud, Minister for Agriculture & Water for breakfast this week. It was an opportunity to talk about challenges and also successes within our sector.

We strongly support lifting the current moratorium on the cultivation of GM crops in SA. We believe SA growers should have access to the same tech as growers across Aus; indeed that all Aus growers should have access to tech approved by the nat regulator

Great to read this profile piece on Jordy, who competed in our Australian Universities Crop Competition last year

ABARES February 2019 Australian Crop Report has been released