Pearsons Group

A Family owned business
with family orientated values.

For over 50 years we’ve prided ourselves on working with grain growers and consumers across all aspects of the production supply chain. From Agronomy, Merchandise, Transport, Feed, Storage & Marketing; coupled with local knowledge, we have the solution.


Founded by John &
Joyce Pearson over 50 years ago,

The Pearson Family were pioneers in Private Grain Storage in Southern NSW and Victoria. Since humble beginnings, in 1962 with the Purchase of an 8mt “Commer” truck to cart vegetables and bagged wheat from Swan Hill to Melbourne, the business expanded into grain storage, seeing a need to provide a marketplace for local producers.

Pearsons Grain & Transport

  • grain storage

    Our privately owned bulk grain storage network boasts several receival depots in Southern New South Wales, providing segregations and flexible market access for local producers…

  • Transport

    Bulk commodity logistics specialists for over 50 years – with access to our own fleet, Pearsons Transport efficiently coordinates and manages your transport activity from initial booking…

  • marketing

    As a trader and marketer of Australian grain, we strongly value our relationships with local producers, recognising our important role in connecting them with domestic and international trade…

swan Hill Stockfeeds

  • merchandise

    A part of the CRT Independents network; “Swan Hill Stockfeeds” is a completely family owned and operated Rural Merchandise store. Our experienced trained staff with local…

  • agronomy & agricultural chemical

    Providing leading professional Agronomic services across a range of industries, we are passionate about farming and land management, focusing on sustainable long term strategies…

  • Stockfeeds

    Planned, Efficient and effective feeding is crucial to the health and sustainable growth of animals. Significant value to livestock enterprises can be gained through select feeding applications and methods and implementing waste minimization and feed availability techniques.