Harvest hits halfway point

Updated December 17 2015 - 5:46pm, first published December 5 2013 - 4:00am
NEARLY THERE: Red Banks graingrower Anthony Verner had 800 hectares left to go before rain halted proceedings on Tuesday. His paddock of Scout wheat yielded about 3.8t/ha.
NEARLY THERE: Red Banks graingrower Anthony Verner had 800 hectares left to go before rain halted proceedings on Tuesday. His paddock of Scout wheat yielded about 3.8t/ha.

WHILE SA's grain harvest will not reach the bin-busting levels forecast at the end of winter, strong yields across the state mean most farmers will not spend too much time lamenting what could have been.

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