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Why we do what we do

Everything we do, we do so our customers can enjoy their food knowing it is healthy and safe. We take a rigorously ethical approach to governance, animal care, our value chain, the communities in which we operate and the markets into which we sell. Our focus is always on quality and efficiency.

We believe in endless possibilities for our customers, our people, our partners and the communities in which we work. Our experience means we know how to operate, improve, seize opportunities and build our team to ensure we deliver on both quality and efficiency, every single time.

What we do

Harmony Agriculture and Food Company is a grower and supplier of high-quality Australian food, supplying our customers and markets with produce that meets their specific demands. We will grow and supply any type of food product, but our current focus is on meat and livestock grown on premium grains and grass.

In our first twelve months of operation we invested in more than $50 million worth of Australian assets, including lush grazing properties in Western Australia and Victoria.

With more than 15,000 head of livestock across those properties at any one time and more than 40 people employed, we supply to both the Australian domestic and the international market and are expanding into China and a number of other export markets.

Where

Our Story

Harmony Agriculture and Food Company is a grower and supplier of food to domestic and international markets — from the grazing of livestock in Victoria and Western Australia, through to our domestic customers and customers based in north-eastern China, South East Asia and the Middle East.

It is an Australian business, run predominantly by Australian executives, which is jointly owned by Australian and Chinese investors.

Incorporated in 2016, our mission is to provide an extremely consistent supply of high-quality Australian food products to our consumers.

Our Chinese partners are astute financial investors who understand the demand for high-quality food products, both in China and internationally. They work closely with our Australian team, which has the knowledge, skills and experience needed to make a major agricultural enterprise a success.

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Contact us

 

COTTESLOE, WESTERN AUSTRALIA

114 Forrest St, Cottesloe WA 6011

 

 

MELBOURNE, VICTORIA

5th Floor, 448 St Kilda Road, Melbourne,  Victoria  3004

 

 

DALIAN, CHINA

No.45 Wuwu Road, ZhongShan District, Dalian PRC 116021

 

 

SINGAPORE

Harmony Marine Pte Ltd:
#23-08A International Plaza, 10 Anson Road, Singapore 079903

 

Current Opportunities

 

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

 

EXPORT MANAGER

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The Export Manager, reporting to the Chief Operations Officer, is responsible for the management of end-to-end shipment planning, preparation and processes across Harmony Agriculture and Food Co. Working directly with the procurement, sales & marketing and farm operations teams, the manager will drive exports to be carried out in a timely, efficient and compliant manner.  The position requires independent thinking, taking ownership and being confident and accountable for decisions and communication.

PRODUCTION MANAGER - DIMBOOLA FEEDLOT (VIC)

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Dimboola Feedlot, a property operated under the HAAFCO group, is located 10kms North West of Dimboola and 30 Kms North of the regional centre of Horsham in the Wimmera region of Victoria.  The facility is licensed for 5000 head of cattle and has capacity to hold additional cattle as a pre-export quarantine. We are currently seeking an experienced Production Manager, reporting to the Farm Manager, to run the Feed, Commodities and Livestock teams with significant autonomy to execute strategies of Dimboola Feedlot.

MANAGER, MT FYANS

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Mt Fyans, a property owned and operated within the HAAFCO group, is located in the Western Districts of Victoria near Mortlake. It is intended that this 5,900 hectare, historically significant grazing property will be developed into a highly productive backgrounding business with capacity to finish a proportion of the cattle on pasture.  Carrying capacity is planned to increase from a combination of additional subdivision of paddocks, improved pastures, targeted supplementary feeding and superior grazing management.

The role is a key position to manage the future development of the operation and will primarily oversee daily farming operations, while contributing as a member of the wider Harmony senior management team and reporting to the COO. The position requires independent thinking, taking ownership and being confident and accountable for decisions made in daily operations.