Agro Services


We work to reduce hunger, increase agricultural production, improve rural people’s lives and conserve biodiversity using an innovative whole landscape approach.

  • Livestock

    Grace field Agro services facilitates the delivery of livestock brand inspection services, manages the brand
    registry, and administers the licensing of livestock dealers in the world.

  • Livestock

    Grace field responsible for issuing livestock brands,transferring the ownership of registered brands and maintaining the brand registry

  • Processed meat

    The slaughter of livestock involves three distinct stages: preslaughter handling, stunning, and slaughtering. In the United States the humane treatment of animals during each of these stages is required by the Humane Slaughter Act.

  • Vegetables

    Grace field applies research and innovation, working with vegetable growers across
    worldwide to understand their changing needs.

  • Crops

    Grace field solutions for weed, insect and disease control,
    growers have tools that fit their individual crop protection programs so they can produce healthier,
    more marketable vegetable crop

Farm Management

farm management lets you plan, monitor and analyze all activities on your farms easily. Tillage, planting, crop protection, fertilization, irrigation, harvesting and all other activities are managed with a few clicks. Plus, you can track input usage quantities, costs and work hours for every activity. With knowledge-base of best practice processes for over 100 crops, start improving your productivity now.
  • Quality Grading & Inspections

  • Grace Field quality grade marks are usually seen on beef, lamb, chicken, turkey, butter, and eggs. For many other products, such as fresh and processed fruits and vegetables, the grade mark isn’t always visible on the retail product. In these commodities, the grading service is used by wholesalers, and the final retail packaging may not include the grade mark. However, quality grades are widely used–even if they are not prominently displayed—as a “language” among traders. They make business transactions easier whether they are local or made over long distances.
  • Food Value Chains and Food Hubs

  • “food value chains”, an innovative business model in which agricultural producers, processors, buyers, and other supply chain members form collaborative, transparent partnerships that intentionally attempt to combine financial success with social benefit.  “Food hubs”, a subset of these innovative enterprises, work to ramp up the availability of local food in wholesale marketing channels by offering affordable aggregation, distribution and marketing services to small and mid-sized producers.
  • Lab Testing & Approval

  • Accredits, labs to perform testing services in support of domestic and international trade. At the request of industry, other Federal agencies, or foreign governments. Gracefield develops and administers laboratory approval programs to verify that the analysis of food and agricultural products meet country or customer-specified requirements.
  • Seed Testing & Clearance

  • The Seed Regulatory and Testing Division (SRTD) tests agricultural and vegetable seeds to ensure the efficient, orderly marketing of seeds and to assist in the development of new or expanding markets. The test results are reported in a Federal Seed Analysis Certificate. Many importing countries require this certification of U.S. seed and grain. The SRTD is accredited by the International Seed Testing Association (ISTA) and recognized as an unbiased authority for conducting tests on export samples. The SRTD has also achieved ISTA accreditation in seed health and variety testing and accelerated aging