Twynam produces a vast array of agricultural produce.
Our core philosophy is to tailor produce to local and international demand, thus the key to our success is to be able to supply this in large volumes with consistent high quality. Accordingly we remain flexible to market signals and take a co-operative approach in the commercialisation of new products.
Our core livestock enterprise is our Black Angus cattle stud at Jemalong. Our cattle progeny are targeted to the Japanese Ox market. We also produce Poll Dorset cross Merino lambs for the domestic meat market.
In times of good water availability Twynam produces cotton within the Riverina. Australian cotton quality is held in high regard throughout the world where Twynam markets both Upland (conventional) and Pima (Extra Long Staple).
Our primary winter crops are bread and durum (noodle) wheat, which we market domestically for export by accredited exporters or box for export ourselves. Wheat is grown in rotation with legume crops and non genetically modified (conventional) canola.
Our first foray into horticulture has been the establishment of a 216 hectare citrus orchard at Jemalong (Forbes) with orange production targeted at the rapidly expanding domestic premium fresh juice sector.