Davimac Group has been a mainstay of Australian agriculture for almost four decades. Since its humble origins in a shed west of Molong NSW, the company has since grown to encompass three brands, a range of specialist agricultural equipment, and a team of skilled professionals dedicated to producing machines capable of helping farmers grow their yield potential.
Davimac began in 1982 with founder David McNab producing chaser bins for the local market. Steady growth and demand allowed the fledgeling company to relocate to a bigger facility in 1989. In 2001 David’s son Shannon began training as a fitter and machinist and soon afterwards David handed over the reins of the company to the next generation.
Shannon oversaw Davimac expand its product offering, developing innovative new methods for seed bed preparation and cultivation. In 2013 Davimac acquired Agrowplow, a soil-conscious company dedicated to developing products for sustainable agriculture. The acquisition proved to be a good fit, as Agrowplow’s dedication to sustainable farming married well with Davimac’s focus on innovation.
Vimcor Track Systems was started in 2016 to fill a niche in the agriculture market, developing a robust track system for farm machinery to capitalise on the growing demand for controlled-traffic farming practices. These tracks offered machinery producers a means to reducing compaction and increasing floatation in one purpose-built system.
Davimac Group is a success story of Australian agricultural manufacturing. Our dealer network spans the country and beyond and our manufacturing facility trains and employs numerous people in regional NSW. Davimac, Agrowplow, and Vimcor products are a common sight in dealers’ yards and farm paddocks across Australia and are praised for their innovative design, rugged construction, and reliable operation.
We know that primary producers are the lifeblood of our communities. We take pride in the machines that we produce, knowing that our work supports these integral members of society to build sustainable, profitable farming enterprises and grow bigger, healthier crops.