Rain Agribusiness provides an honest and fresh take on agribusiness solutions and commodity broking services across the key cotton and broadacre areas in Queensland and NSW.
Directors Ian Grellman, Tim Whan, and Peter Horton all grew up on the land and worked extensively in the corporate ag sector before consolidating their skills into a company that could fill a market gap: to help the farmer better understand the supply chain and leverage the best scenario for their individual businesses.
In November 2017, marketing & commodity business woman Amy Billsborough joined the team. Based out of Griffith, Amy brings her skill set to cotton and grain clients in the Southern Valleys.
With the business growing, Natasha Coffey joined the Rain Ag team in June 2019 as the Rain Ag Administration Manager. Nat brings a range of administrative and managerial skills with her to this role.
In September 2020 with a large harvest on the horizon, Rain Ag welcomed Alex Lucero to the team. Alex has a background in financial markets and analysis and is using these skills in his role as Systems & Market Analyst to the Rain Ag team.
July 2021 saw the Rain Ag team expand again. Scott Merson commenced as a Commodity Broker serving growers, traders and end users active in northern New South Wales and Southern Queensland, Scott will be working closely with growers to achieve market leading outcomes across a range of commodities, including cotton.
More recently, we expanded Rain Ag to include freight. This move has seen the employment of Sara Croft who comes with plenty of experience and well-established relationships with freight providers and relevant supply chain stakeholders. Sara joined the expanding Rain Ag team in October 2021.