Broadacre agriculture in South Australia is riding the crest of a wave. The grains industry has recently recorded several above average harvests in a row – and beef, sheepmeat and wool prices are at historic highs with production increasing.
One in five working South Australians is employed in the food industry and agriculture, food and wine is worth $19.97 billion to the state. Primary production is an engine room for the state’s economy. It is a shining light when other industries face challenges to growth. It is a multi-billion industry with exciting investment opportunities … and the projections are for continued growth as the industry prepares to supply increasing food demand in the Asia Pacific region.
The grain and livestock industries produce, and value add, a diverse range of food products and are recognised globally as produced in a clean and green environment.
Primary production is growing its share of the job market, is growing its customer and export base and is growing its economic contribution.
Day in, day out, primary production is GROWING SA.