About us

Camm Agricultural Group is a dynamic agribusiness committed to generating opportunity, health and prosperity for our people, livestock and land.

Our Core Values

Respect & Inclusivity

To each other, our animals, our property and our environment.

Strive for growth

Of our cattle, our crops, ourselves and our business.


To our colleagues, customers and company.


Be brave and bold in making decisions and having a go.

Our History

Camm Agricultural Group (CAG) formally began operating in 1994, however the Camm family’s association and involvement with Australia’s cropping and beef industries goes back four generations.

The current group structure was developed when founders David and Judith Camm, supported by their children, commenced the current business model outside of their extended family agricultural operations.

The business built an operating model across the beef cattle supply chain production steps of breeding, backgrounding and finishing, as well as expanding its cropping interests throughout the state of Queensland.

Through strategic positioning via expansion in numerous geographic locations and multi-market exit opportunities, Camm Agricultural Group has developed diversity and resilience to market movements and weather patterns.

The group’s extensive feedlot operation, based in southern Queensland, is one of the oldest continual feeding operations in Australia, dating back to its establishment by the Camm Family in 1972.

Forming a core component of the business’s integrated operations, the award winning 21,000 SCU ‘Wonga Plains’ feedlot is today recognised for industry leadership and its strong cattle performance.

Camm Agricultural Group has grown into one of the major beef producing businesses in Australia, operating a rural land portfolio of high-grade assets covering in excess of 450,000Ha and turning off approximately 40,000 head per annum. The business has systematically scaled turnover to in excess of $70M per year via three continuously growing business capability areas of cropping, cattle production and feedlotting.

Our Locations

Camm Agricultural Group has properties situated all over Queensland and are identified as Northern, Central and Southern Groups.

Our property locations include:

Natal Downs, Longton, Narellan (Northern Group)

Picardy, Nungaroo and Marracoonda (Central Group)

Wonga Plains, Morocco and Melrose (Southern Group)

Our Leadership

Bryce Camm
Chief Executive Office

Bryce is a well-respected beef producer with almost 20 years of experience working in the Australian beef industry. He is acknowledged across the agricultural sector for his leadership of business and policy development. In 2018 he was elected the youngest president of the Australian Lot Feeders Association and became the Chair of Beef Australia Limited. Bryce was awarded the Emerging Agribusiness Leadership Award by Rabobank in 2014. Bryce has overseen the growth and corporatisation of his family’s Camm Agricultural Group. Under his tenure the group’s turnover has grown fourfold and returned to profitably. He has driven additional revenue streams to the business and developed its feedlot enterprise into an industry leading operation. He was instrumental in the business executing a $72M deal with Rural Funds Group to restructure the mix of capital executed in rural land ownership. Bryce holds dual degrees in Business Administration and Communications from Bond University. He is a graduate of both the Australian Rural Leadership Program and Australian Institute of Company Directors Course and is a qualified Private Pilot.

Thomas Green
General Manager

Thomas joined Camm Agricultural Group in 2024, bringing with him a Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) focused in Animal Sciences (Animal Production) from Charles Sturt University and close to 15 years’ management experience in the Australian agribusiness sector.
His previous roles in management at Thomas Foods International and Teys Australia, combined with his appointment as a Councillor of the Australian Lot Feeders Association and his representation as a Nuffield Scholar, has enabled him to develop skilled negotiation, business planning, management, food processing and strategic planning skills.
Thomas also has experience and an interest in broad acre cropping, irrigation systems and precision agriculture technologies. He is committed alongside Bryce in driving expansion and furthering innovation within Camm Agricultural Group’s cattle production, feedlot and cropping enterprises.