Wheat

Robinson Grain has strong relationships with growers throughout Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria and work hand in hand with each other to supply wheat to local flour millers, stockfeed markets, pet food companies as well as various export markets. With our packing facility located in the heart of the central west New South Wales growing region, we are able to source all grades of milling wheat from Australian Prime Hard to Australia Standard Wheat. We utilise all packing facilities across the east to meet export marketing needs.
Wheat

Sorghum

With an office located in Toowoomba, the heart of sorghum growing country, Robinson Grain Trading works directly with growers to supply the domestic and export markets. Robinson Grain Trading continues to grow in the export market, especially in China where sorghum is used to manufacture alcohol.
Sorghum

Barley

Barley is Australia’s second largest crop, grown throughout all grain production areas and is renowned for being high quality to grow. Annually Australia produces an average of 2.5mmt of malting barley and 4.5mmts of feed barley. Robinson Grain Trading is able to source a wide range of barley from all regions to supply the domestic and export malt and feed markets.
Barley

Pulses

Robinson Grain Trading is able to source all six major pulse groups grown in Australia; chickpeas, faba /broad beans, field peas, lentils, lupins and mungbeans. With an office and container packing facility located in Dubbo, where a large amount of pulses are grown, we can take the product direct from the farm to the best possible market.

Cottonseed

Cottonseed is a by-product of the cotton industry and is grown throughout Queensland and New South Wales. With established relationships with cotton growers and cotton gins, Robinson Grain Trading is able to source cottonseed to meet the demand of domestic livestock feed manufacturers and the export market.
Cottonseed

Our trading and logistics team take the needs of our export customers seriously and respond quickly to questions and supply demands.