While most Used Machines are usually sold across the industry ‘as is’ and no warranty applies, at Agrimac whenever we can, we go the extra mile. Sometimes, despite all of our best efforts when it comes to machinery, things can go wrong and occasionally do, that’s why we’ve created the Agrimac Goodwill Promise. If applicable, our promise protects you in additional ways from tractors to headers and everything in between. Ask one of our experts for more information when you are checking out our Used gear.
We know what’s it like. We understand the day-to-day challenges and the rewards you face because we've faced them ourselves. We also know its not about the machinery, its about what the machinery can do for you – get the seeds in the ground quicker, get the feed out faster, save time, reduce costs, make you more money; for you, your family and your legacy.
We look forward to working with you to do just that.
At Agrimac, we’re locals and locally owned – no overseas conglomerate corporations here – just local families working in our local communities, communities many of us grew up in... probably, like you have. So we really think of our branches as your branches – where you’ll find our expert team ready to help whether you’re making a decision on new and use machinery or for parts and service to keep you in great running order.
Retaining resale values, having timely, well-run, productive operations – ensuring you are able to get the job done when you need to get the job done – often comes down to the level of service and maintenance done on your machines. Servicing farmers in our districts, our full service Workshops are on hand to keep you running.
These days you just can’t get industry experience like Graham Salmon’s who’s been at the job of ‘Parts Advisor’ for 30 odd years or Wayne Mahar in Ballarat, who’s been there since day dot, joining at just 16 years of age – all of which means you’ll get what you need first time and fast. You can count on us when you need it most – whether it’s a 10cent O-Ring or something much more complex we are here to source what you need.
These days you just can’t get industry experience like Graham Salmon’s who’s been at the job of ‘Parts Advisor’ for 30 odd years or Wayne Mahar in Ballarat, who’s been there since day dot, joining at just 15 years of age – all of which means you’ll get what you need first time and fast. With great young ones coming through the ranks too, you can count on us when you need it most – whether it’s a 10cent O-Ring or something much more complex &mdash we're here to source what you need.
Agrimac achieves Australian first – Agrimac is the first agricultural dealership in Australia to be awarded the AFS Certification in up to the minute GPS technology by global leaders CaseIH technology company, Trimble.
Advanced Farming Systems or AFS as it's referred to, is rapidly becoming a critical area if local farmers are to be and remain at the top of their class in the world of farming.
For us, the people we interact with day to day – our clients – are our community. We appreciate their opinions, input and working with us greatly. In this section, we profile leading farmers from our districts and interview them about what they do, how they do it and their approach to farming in today’s landscape.
At Agrimac we have a team of experts providing advice, support and service to a wide variety of farmers like yourself.
Our expertise ranges across machinery brands and farm types, to parts, service and growing your farming business.
Dealer Principal, Owner Agrimac
Hugh’s family has been farming since 1839, with that long heritage it was obvious Hugh would follow suit. Now running his own mixed enterprise ‘Injemira’ outside Warrnambool as well as Agrimac, Hugh’s passion for farming had him cross the divide from farmer to seller some 15 years ago.
Co-Owner, Branch Manager
Born and bred on a 2,000 acre mixed enterprise family farm at Emu, outside of St Arnaud, Rod first worked at home on the farm and contracted out to broadacre farms for cropping and harvest and worked in shearing sheds wool classing and shearing. As a result, Rod knows what its like to farm the region.
Co-Owner, Aftersales Manager
Growing up on the land in the highly productive farming area of Clarkes Hill, Wayne then started his career in the agricultural industry as a 16-year old Parts Apprentice at Frawley Molloy’s in Newlyn as it was then. As a result, Wayne has been with the business for 32 years now.
Advisor, Kubota Specialist
Growing up on a farm outside ‘Meringa’, 100kms north of Mildura and moving to Hamilton in 1989 with his family, Damo, as he’s known, had a passion for engines and motorbikes very early. Starting his career in a local motorcycle dealership, then moving to Agriplus with the Yamaha dealership.
Advisor, CaseIH, Goldacres & CaseIH AFS Certified Specialist
Dave Tuppen is a Ballarat boy born and bred. A qualified electronics technician, Dave is an expert in CaseIH, farming innovation, guidance and advanced farming systems as well as Goldacres.
Michael joined Agrimac over 4 years ago and has spent that time working closely with Graeme Salmon and the team, making the transition from automotive to agriculture.
Advisor - CaseIH Specialist
While growing up in Ballarat Matt always had a keen interest in farming as his family had properties around Edenhope in the Wimmera, where he spent his school holidays working on farm. After finishing Highschool Matt took on a Farm Apprenticeship, working on farms in the Skipton and Edenhope districts for 4 years and loving it.
Born and bred in St Arnaud, Darren started his career at Goldacres, beginning on the assembly line and did everything from welding and painting the machines to graduating as Parts Manager for his last 6 years there. Joining Agrimac just under 2 years ago.
Growing up in Ballarat and out on his Grandparents mixed cropping and livestock farm just outside Mortlake, Anthony started working on the farm from as young as 8 years old, later working for different family and friends locally and in the Wimmera and Mallee with larger broadacre farms.
Senior Parts Advisor
Graeme has been part of this business for 36 years – longer than owners Hugh and Prue McEachern or any other Warrnambool team member – starting when it was a David Brown Tractors with just 4 or 5 team members, it then became B&G Myers, then Warrnambool Agricultural and now Agrimac.