Leaders in Grain Management Services

At Rural Logic, we pride ourselves on our high standards and the services provided to growers and customers.

Our main services include grain procurement, contract growing, grain storage and warehousing, quality control, logistics and management of documentation.

Accumulation services is an integral part of our day-to-day business. We pride ourselves on our commitment to our growers to accumulate grain of the highest quality to meet both our domestic & international customer’s targeted and specific requirements.
Grower Services
Through our buying and selling services, we provide personal customer service to growers ensuring best market access for their products. We look to offer reliable face-to-face exchange with our growers to achieve the best result.
Grain Trading
Since inception, we have developed a network of strategically located domestic and international partners. Our business has developed strong connections through our ability to initiate change, have a flexible approach and engage in open dialogue with our customers.
Storage & Logistics
We have a network of partners providing reliable storage and trucking services. We comply with all Chain of Responsibility requirements to ensure safety for all our operators.
Key Products
We source products of the highest quality to meet our customer’s targeted and specific requirements. Our on-the-ground knowledge and long term networks ensure we source the best quality grains at all times.
We offer supply of a wide range of stockfeed & consumer products to suit the Tasmanian market. We are able to provide a complete Door-to-door service including all testing, documentation and TFES Agency.
International Grain trade Coalition- London meeting
Charlton , Vic
London. Taras Kachka. IGC Chairman and Dep minister trade and Agriculture - Ukraine. David Nabarro. Lead UN Global crisis group . Frederic Lambert HEAD of Europe Intl service  Agriculture and Food. Discussing using food insecurity and famines as weapons of war. How to get grain out of Ukraine.
London IGC Grains Conference. Grains minister Ukraine explaining the grim grain supply squeeze going forward