Guyra Rural Services commenced in December 1989 when Scot and Aileen MacDonald acquired the potato and seed business from Kirks Guyra. The business operates out of the 'Bean Shed' on the New England Highway. This site has had an agricultural services enterprise since 1942 when the Department of Defence established a navy bean processing plant for the war effort.
From 1989 and the next 20 years, Guyra Rural Services expanded into a full service agricultural supplies business specialising in pasture seeds, fertilisers and stock feed. In 2008, Elders Rural returned to the Guyra district and now operates the retail section of the business which Guyra Rural Services had started.
In 2010 Campbell Wolfenden came on board as manager and moved the business along the Regenerative Agriculture path working from the soil up with clients. Emphasis was put on sourcing and supplying biologically friendly agricultural inputs such as:
Biologically Friendly Fertilisers
Natrakelp Seaweed Products
Independent Soil Testing
Humic and Fulvic Acid
Apple Cider Vinegar
Liquid Sea Minerals
Lime and Gypsum
Guyra Rural Services works with farmers all over the New England area and beyond sourcing and supplying the necessary inputs for soil mineralising and balancing and livestock mineralisation.