AGROZET České Budějovice, a.s. – a company with a history stretching back 60 years, is one of the largest domestic sellers of agricultural, forestry, municipal, and garden equipment. It runs successful business operations across the Czech Republic from its home base in southern Bohemia
ZOD 11. KVĚTEN – a traditional farming company operating out of the small town of Milín, specialises in crop and livestock production on almost 2,500 ha of land. It has subsidiaries for plant-based bioproduction and electricity generation at two biogas plants. It uses waste heat from the Smolotely biogas plant to breed African catfish.
AGPI Písek, a.s. – a traditional farming business, specialises in crop and livestock production in the districts of Písek and Tábor. It farms 2,600 ha of agricultural land, with a livestock business including broiler chickens and the supply of 30 million eggs per year. It sells solid and liquid fertilisers and plant protection products and arranges for them to be applied around Písek and Tábor.
Agro Chvalešovice – a small-scale farm operating in and around the south Bohemian village of Chvalešovice. Jointly owned with a family of local farmers, it produces crops on 250 ha of land and is based in a listed 16th-century fort.
AGRINO – an agricultural holding in Oldřichov, near Mladá Vožice, that farms 1,200 ha of land. Besides its main focus on crop production, it also engages in livestock production by fattening bulls.
ZEOS-L – a company farming 1,100 ha in and around Žirovnice and Zdešov. The company’s livestock production revolves around milk production and the fattening of cattle and ducks. Its crop production centres on the cereals, rape, forage crops, fodder crops and potatoes.