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Double cropping Mungbeans this summer ?

Take advantage of post harvest rainfall in the Croppa Creek region by double cropping Mungbeans this summer. Summer planted Mungbeans can provide growers with a quick and profitable summer crop option that also offers many agronomic benefits, such as a rotation of herbicide chemistry for the control of summer grasses. To discuss your cropping options, […] Continue reading

Merry Christmas

From the management & staff at McGregor Gourlay, we would like to thank our clients, friends, families and suppliers for all your support in our 120th year of business. Wishing all a very Merry Christmas and we look forward to seeing you in 2018 🎄✨ *Please note the closure times below for our branches or go […] Continue reading

Eastern Dryland Cotton, proud finalist at the Northern Inland Innovation Awards

Dryland Cotton at “Wallangra Station” Wallangra, harvest 2016 As the pioneer of the expansion of dryland cotton into the eastern reaches of the North West, McGregor Gourlay was proud to be recognised as a finalist at the recent Northern Inland Innovation Awards, in the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science Agriculture / Horticulture and Associated Services category. Dryland cotton has […] Continue reading

Congratulations McGregor Gourlay Digital Ag, Finalist in the Prime Super Agricultural Innovation Awards

Congratulations to Brooke Sauer and Alice Clark, our Digital Ag Team, for their finalist nomination in the Prime Super Agricultural Innovation Award as part of the 2017 NSW/ACT Regional Achievement and Community Awards held in November. The awards are designed to encourage, acknowledge and reward the valuable contributions individuals, communities and businesses are making throughout regional […] Continue reading