How do I join Ravensdown?

With Ravensdown, opening a direct trading account and becoming a shareholder is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

  1. Read our Guidance Notes and our Terms of Trade.
  2. Complete our Credit Application Form and email this (along with any additional documentation required) to
  3. Once your account has been confirmed you can apply for shares and become a Ravensdown shareholder.

Use our checklist to ensure your application is complete and to prevent delays.

We offer a range of account options that can be tailored to suit your business needs. You can count on our highly-trained Customer Service team to make sure your account is always up-to-date with your latest contact details and farm information.

For help at any stage of the process, call our friendly Customer Centre team on 0800 100 123.

Your statement

​Statements are generated and emailed out in the first week of each month. Consolidated invoices for products dispatched or services provided in the previous month are included with your statement. Payment is due on the 20th of that month. You can also access your statement online through My Ravensdown.

You can pay your monthly statement in one of two ways:

Direct debit - we will automatically debit your nominated bank account on the payment due date. This method of payment affords a 1.5% discount on your order or the equivalent in Ravensdown Travel Dollars

• Direct credit - you can deposit funds into our account via telephone or internet banking.

If you have any queries regarding your statement, please call our Customer Centre before the 15th of the month that your statement is due for payment.

Take advantage of additional benefits and become a Ravensdown shareholder.

Discover the many benefits of becoming a Ravensdown shareholder. We are driven to generate all-year value for our shareholders and we'd love you to join us. Some of our 2021 highlights were:

  • A $30 per tonne rebate
  • Early interim rebate of $15.00 cash
  • Returning a total of $33 million to our eligible farmer shareholders

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