The Northern AgriServices Mission

To provide quality products and services through successful partnerships, delivering profitable outcomes for all stakeholders.

Career Opportunities

Northern AgriServices opens the door to people seeking a career in the agricultural industry, offering positions in a range of areas. If you would like more information on what career opportunities are currently available, please call Tim Rees on 07 4160 0500 or email trees@northernagri.com.au

Timeline

 

1970

The Bean Growers Co-op set up a rural merchandising division on River Rd, Kingaroy.

1987

An additional warehouse and administration facility at Youngman St, Kingaroy was purchased.

1991

Bean Growers entered a joint venture with South Burnett Co-operative Dairy Association Ltd under the Burnett Rural name in Murgon

1995

Bean Growers bought the remaining 50% of the Burnett Rural business. During this time, Bean Growers had applied the BGA Rural Services name to it’s Kingaroy rural merchandising business.

1999

April 1st, BGA Rural Services was transferred from Bean Growers Australia into a separate rural merchandising company known as BGA AgriServices Pty Ltd. This included the Burnett Rural business in Murgon.

2001

BGA AgriServices became a public unlisted company known as BGA AgriServices Ltd.It had rural merchandising stores in Kingaroy and Murgon and operated a bulk fertiliser depot. The shareholders were Beangrowers 75% and existing Beangrower shareholders 25% at the time of execution.

2002

BGA AgriServices Ltd issued an offer of information statement inviting customers and staff to buy shares into the company. BGA AgriServices set up a steel division in Youngmen St, Kingaroy.

2003

The BGA AgriServices Ltd store at Kingaroy was extended to provide more showroom space to cater for a ‘Thrifty-Link Hardware’ franchise. BGA AgriServices also acquired the Growforce business in Kumbia.

2004

BGA acquired a store in Goomeri, giving it four outlets throughout the South Burnett.

2005

Wide Bay Rural Supplies was purchased from Ruralco by BGA AgriServices. Three extra stores in Bundaberg South, Oakwood and Childers came under the BGA banner. These stores now trade as BGA AgriServices.

2010

RMS, Toogoolawah was purchased by BGA AgriServices, allowing BGA to expand into the Brisbane Valley. Casino Rural Traders, Casino was purchased by BGA AgriServices, allowing BGA to expand into Northern New South Wales. BGA AgriServices Tyndale depot was opened in October 2010, expanding BGA’s service into the Grafton region.

2011

Rural Buying Services, Grafton was purchased by BGA AgriServices. In September, Ruralco Holdings Ltd is successful in securing the shares of BGA AgriServices. Hence BGA AgriServices is now a Ruralco business.

2012

BGA AgriServices Wardell depot was opened in July 2012, expanding BGA’s service into the Lismore region.

2013

SBB Rockhampton is brought under the BGA AgriServices banner.

2014

Ingham Farm centre is brought under the BGA AgriServices banner.

2015

A&B Rural Supplies Ayr, Mackay Rural Supplies & Maryborough Ag Services are purchased by BGA AgriServices positioning BGA as the true market leaders in coastal agriculture.

2018

BGA AgriServices rebranded to Northern AgriServices