SUPPORTING FARMERS OF SOUTHLAND & OTAGO
RB Rural is the local solution for all your farming needs. Formed in 2018, RB Rural has quickly become a trusted part of the Southland and Otago farming landscape, providing the right products at the right price, backed up with value adding service of our on road Field Reps.
Based out of Tapanui and Gore, we are working with farmers from Mataura to Lumsden, Ettrick to Clydevale and all points between.
Want to be more than just an account number?
Join us on Facebook, send us an email or call Richard, Brendon or Gordon today to find out how we can add value to your business.
Pasture, Crop + Grain Seed
Crop Spraying Solutions
Animal Health Treatments
Stock Water + Culverts
Dairy Shed Supplies
Electric + Conventional Fencing
Gordon Scott saw the light and emigrated from across the ditch in 2011, moving to Tapanui in 2012.
He started working with PGG Wrightson in the West Otago area initially as a Store Manager and then as a Technical Field Rep until May 2019 before buying into RB Rural.
Gordon and his wife Hazel live in Tapanui with their two children. Hazel is the HOD for Maths at the Blue Mountain College.
Hazel and Gordon are very grateful to be able to live in West Otago and bring our kids up in this caring, tight knit farming community.
Richard Smith started in 1994 working in rural supplies with CRT in Alexandra before coming home to Gore in 1999 to take up the manager's role which he held for 15 years.
Richard has also worked in animal health as well as insurance and brings a different aspect to the rural servicing industry.
His passion for rural supplies resulted in starting his own business with Brendon.
Richard enjoys putting a deal together for clients and giving them options not offered elsewhere. His experience means he recognises where to get best value for money products.
Richard is married to Rachael and together they have three kids, all currently at primary school in Gore.
Brendon Bain grew up in West Otago, managing a 8500 stock unit sheep and beef farm for 11 years.
Looking for a change, he moved to Kaiwera and worked as a Technical Field Rep.
From there Richard and Brendon built their own rural supplies business.
Brendon’s strengths are animal health, seed and chemical, and will add value to your business because of his first-hand experience in the sheep and beef industry.
Brendon is married to Elinor and they have two boys. He is on the board of trustee's at their school and is involved in the Eastern Northern Barbarian's rugby team.