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Cottonseed Marketing

60 years growing together

The industry leader in the trading and marketing of Australian Cottonseed

Namoi Cotton’s vast ginning network and infrastructure enable us to sell cottonseed to domestic and international markets while ensuring competitive pricing through the suite of gin for seed contracts we offer to growers.

A reputation as a premium supplier of Australian cottonseed

Namoi Cotton has established relationships with both domestic and international customers. We’ve built a reputation of being a premium supplier of Australian cottonseed here and overseas.

Relationships matter

Our 60 years in the industry and background as a grower-owned cooperative have seen us develop positive relationships. The cottonseed marketing aspect of Namoi Cotton is no different. These relationships are built on the quality of service we provide and our timely shipping with accurate documentation.

The quality of cottonseed from Namoi Cotton is well regarded as a result of our ability to monitor and control the supply chain from point of origin to destination. 

You can access three different contract types

Balance of Crop (BOC)

A Balance of Crop Contract is where you nominate a specified number of bales (in consultation with your nominated account manager) that you believe you will produce based on the number of hectares you have planted.  Similar to an FM contract, Namoi Cotton will bear the risk for you, however, all bales produced must be ginned by Namoi Cotton. You and your account manager will agree upon a ginning and seed price at the time of this commitment.

Balance of Crop contracts can also be completed for future seasons, locking in the gin price for a specified time (for example, three years) — the seed is then priced season by season. This protects you from any unexpected price rises in ginning.

Let's grow together.

With the largest ginning network in Australia, Namoi Cotton has been growing together with Australia’s rich agriculture industry since 1962. Come grow with us.