We are proud to be Britain’s only national grain market and arable inputs co-operative.

More than just grain: Premium products and services to help you get the best for your business.

Openfield’s vision is to be an integral part of our farmers’ and customers’ businesses, building unique relationships that create value.

As Britain’s only national grain marketing and arable inputs cooperative, we’re committed to putting our members’ needs first. We appreciate the challenges and opportunities that farmers are presented with every day, and by working together, we can help you overcome those challenges and make the most of every opportunity.

As a British, farmer-owned cooperative, we behave differently to other businesses. We provide security, we act fairly, we’re efficient and we create value. When you commit your grain to us, you automatically become a shareholder. We can use our size, scale, strength and long-standing experience to secure the very best deal for you.

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Why Openfield?

View our video for an overview of what Openfield stands for, the services we provide and the professional approach we apply to all aspects of our grain marketing, storage and arable inputs.


Education is needed on the traceability of grain, and investment in grain passports could return dividends

When the UK formally leaves the EU in January, it will be down to us to prove the standards of British grain is comparable, while fertiliser requirements also should be considered in light of Brexit, and urea is under the Defra spotlight. How do you put a Union Jack on grain? Any trader will tell […]

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With a distinct lack of representative grain samples, quality testing is paramount to avoid rejections

Following such a difficult growing season, and with field mycotoxins causing further issues, silos are full of grain with varying profiles while sellers are none-the-wiser. A volatile market and contract disputes unfortunately tend to go hand-in-hand, comments Openfield’s head of compliance, shipping and research, Cecilia Pryce (pictured right). This season’s problematic growing season has left […]

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