MaxJack-sm-historytruck-historyIn the early 1950s, the Gosden family started a long and successful career in the grain industry trading as JH Gosden Pty Ltd. They were mobile seed graders.

The business proved to be popular with local growers leading to the construction of a grain processing and storage facility in the town of Dalby.

In 1974, the Jorgensen family joined the team, sharing the same vision and ethics as the Gosdens.  The business was renamed Gosden Jorgensen Seeds.

Through hard work and determination, Jack Gosden and Max Jorgensen made Gosden Jorgensen Seeds one of the leading grain and seed handling businesses in the area.

In 1994, the Jorgensen’s bought a second site, Associated Grain.  Located on the Warrego Highway near Dalby, the site would assist Gosden Jorgensen Seeds with additional processing, packing, grading and storage facilities to accommodate increasing demand.

In 2000, the two entities consolidated and trade today as Associated Grain.

Associated Grain was acquired by Agrocorp International in 2017. Agrocorp International is a global agri-commodity trading and processing company, founded in Singapore in 1990.