Half way there and hasn't it been a tumultuous and challenging past 6 months. Farmset like a lot of other businesses in Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and in the world have had to navigate through the unprecedented times ahead. Whilst we have had to implement measures to keep our doors open, we would like to thank our valued customers, and suppliers for your ongoing business.
July is here and we are sure to have a month packed with promotional days at some of our select branches and get you
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Also we have a great number of instore branch promotions at both our Mt Hagen and Lae shops
Scheduled throughout the month we will be introducing and doing formal awareness on our new look and improved feed formulations for our Farmset brand Stockfeed range. Read More
Also don't forget to check at your nearest Farmset store for local in-store promotions for this month, or speak to our friendly sales staff for other product queries you may have..
Visit your nearest Farmset shop and
grab yourself a deal!
From humble beginnings in the small highlands town of Kainantu, what is now Farmset was born. Celebrating 50 years our Golden Anniversary since inception we know; its always been more than just agriculture for us.
WHAT WE DO
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TO THE PRIMARY SECTOR
Professional Service To The Primary Sector
With Farmset stores distributed nationwide and a store also located in Honiara, we truly can say that Farmset is accessible to all our customers whether they are business corporations or small scale farmers . We are here for you and no order is too great or small. Come visit your nearest Farmset store nearest to you.
Not only do we sell you machinery and equipment but also provide after sales service on all Farmset products.
Lucas Mill purchases entitles new mill owners with a dedicated Farmset Trainer who will be assigned to them to conduct a week training for safe and proper handling of their new mill.
As part of our new expansion areas, Farmset has established a feed mill located at Voco Point, Lae in 2016. The small scale operation currently produces on average 160 tonnes/month but it is forecasted to reach 400 tonnes/month for 2020.
Training & Services