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Grower Meet & Greet Info Day I Kungala, 20th July 2021

Join us for an interactive workshop to meet McGregor Gourlay’s Senior Coastal Agronomist Phil McCarthy together with industry experts from Campbell’s Fertilisers, Nufarm and Seed Force. Phil will be discussing all things Agronomy plus the services, products and support McGregor Gourlay can offer our growers.  Paul Anslow and Ruaan De Plessis from Campbell’s Fertilisers will […] Continue reading

Exclusion Fencing & Weaner Drenching Field Day, Upper Horton

The Exclusion Fencing & Weaner Drenching Field Day in Upper Horton was a great success! ? We had Nic Crompton and Mark Dempsey from Gallagher construct an electric Westonfence on-site, and Charlie Radburn from Austral Wire showcased their exclusion fencing options from the Galmax and AgPost ranges. Daniel Crisp and Ben Heffernan from Waratah Fencing showed […] Continue reading

Planting to Grazing Field Day, Grafton & Tygalgah

  We had a ball at the Planting to Grazing in 4 Weeks Field Days at Grafton and Tygalgah earlier this month.? We launched our McGregor Gourlay winter pasture blend, which is a mixture of 2 quality types of rye grass. One being a quick-growing tetraploid annual, with a high-quality Italian diploid to give long-term […] Continue reading


Financial support is now available for farmers and businesses that have been impacted by the recent floods in both NSW and QLD ? See the links below for info on how to apply for financial support. NSW: https://www.raa.nsw.gov.au/ NSW: https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/floods/financial-assistance QLD: https://faa.ruralaid.org.au/farmer-registration/ If you are in need of anything from fencing, pump and rural merchandise replacements to agronomy […] Continue reading

Wishing you a Merry 2020 Christmas

On behalf of all the team at McGregor Gourlay, we’d like to wish all of our valued clients and supply partners a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Despite all the unusual challenges of 2020 it’s been a far more rewarding year than the last few, and whilst 2019 isn’t exactly a distant […] Continue reading


Farmers across the region are urged to be on the lookout for signs of damage and the presence of Fall Armyworm larvae in summer crops. This insect pest is a serious threat to a wide range of crops including maize, grain sorghum, rice, cotton, vegetables and sugar cane. The pest was first detected in NSW […] Continue reading