Grain & Seed Products
Carrfields Grain and Seed have relationships with breeding companies all around the world. We search for the best cereal seed varieties to allow our growers the best opportunity to produce profitable grain for many different markets.
For the most suitable cultivars for your land type and farming system is important. For more information on the best varieties for your situation, contact your local Carrfields Grain & Seed Cereal Seed Specialist today.
The Exclusive Grain Group is a program administered by Carrfields Grain & Seed in conjunction with UK wheat breeder John Blackman (Blackman Agriculture Ltd) to develop wheat and some barley cultivars specifically bred, selected and trialled for New Zealand growing conditions. The variety that was used for the world record attempt was 776, bred by Blackman Agriculture.
Growers who belong to this group enjoy amongst other benefits, exclusive access to the Blackman breeding program and varieties along with the potential to realise financial gain from new higher yielding cereal cultivars.
For more information on this program contact Phil Smith, Cereal Seed Product Manager on 027 889 5815 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Carrfields Grain & Seed run an intensive R&D cereal programme to ensure we are delivering the right products to the market.
Finding the highest yielding, easiest to manage cultivars is a key goal at Carrfields Grain & Seed while also working to identify and expand potential end use markets. Working closely with the New Zealand Flour Mills and the New Zealand Flour Millers Association we have put a lot of focus into finding the right milling varieties for New Zealand.
Carrfields Grain & Seed is a market leader in the supply of forage and herbage seeds. We offer a wide range of in-house grass, clover, and herbage cultivars.
Delivery of seed to our customers is easily handled by our experienced in-house logistics team.
For more information on the best varieties for your situation, contact your local Carrfields Grain & Seed Specialist today.