Seymour Ag Supplies

photo (4)We’ve Moved!

Seymour Ag Supplies is now located at 18 Emily St, Seymour.

More space, better location, but the service and products you have grown to expect.

Drop in and say hello!

Seymour Ag Supplies is an independently owned and operatedbusiness – or more to the point – your Local Rural Independent store. We are a member of the NRI (National Rural Independents Ltd.) group – a similar like-minded group. This gives us access to a wide range of suppliers. Belonging to such a big industry group, we will be able to provide very competitive prices. We have products and solutions for all your farm needs.

photo (2)Plenty of Parking Options!

High Street Car Park is complete giving customers convenient access to Seymour Ag Supplies.

Drive in access to the Seymour Ag yard is still available of course, for those picking up heavier supplies such as Fencing, Feeds,or Fertilisers.


We Can Handle Big Items!!

We were asked to get in some big concrete posts last week – Easy Drive 2.5 metre. Each weighed 205 kg. Our forklift just handled it but the unloading was an over-kill. I think you will agree!!

K-Line IrrigationK-Line - Bassinghall

We have been doing a bit of work with Philmac and their K-Line irrigation system. It is an easy, inexpensive way to irrigate larger areas with a moveable system. K-Line system works off low pressure so the spray is softer and is less likely to cause compaction when sowing new pasture. It is easy to move and is very versatile. Best of all – it doesn’t require a big pump to run.

You may have noticed one set up on the western side of town on some newly planted Lucerne but this is one that was set up on a horse farm. It is the first of 4 to be set up.


April 30, 2019 — Best Value Feed

The least cost method of feeding stock is to grow your own grass. With such a dry summer we now face bare paddocks and endless search for hay. With hay prices at $150 plus per round – this could easily cover the cost of planting annual rye or oats. Consider at a minimum you can […]


December 7, 2017 — Time For Blackberry Control!

I know that i have suggested that it was too early to spray blackberries until they were flowering, Guess what- they are now flowering. Come into the store to get some good ideas on what to use – there are many options that will suit different situations so advice is needed.

August 29, 2017 — Grassland’s Society Conference 6th & 7th September

6 – 7th September 2017 Mitchelton Wines, Nagambie This year we are lucky to have the Annual Grassland’s Society Conference to be held locally at Mitchelton Winery – it an ideal way to catch up on latest thinking from researchers, advisors and locals. Register now for the 2017 GSSA Annual Conference. The conference is being […]

July 7, 2017 — Growing Grass in the Cold

Now is the time to be looking at your pastures and trying to fill that feed gap. One way to get better growth is to use a product like Ryzup. Ryzup is a replaces the growth hormone in grass because the grass can’t produce it as there isn’t enough sun. It is naturally occurring so […]

Find Us

18 Emily Street
Seymour 3660
Victoria, Australia

Phone: (03) 5792 1855
(03) 5792 1566
0408 882 698

Opening Hours

Mon – Fri: 8.30–5pm
Sat: 9am–12.00pm

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