No dismay about clay

By Alistair Lawson
Updated December 21 2015 - 2:53pm, first published March 12 2013 - 3:30am
SPADING SUCCESS: Bordertown farmer Roger Groocock, pictured here clay-spading at a Mundulla property, went to Europe in 2007 on a Churchill Fellowship to investigate whether spaders were suitable for Australia.
SPADING SUCCESS: Bordertown farmer Roger Groocock, pictured here clay-spading at a Mundulla property, went to Europe in 2007 on a Churchill Fellowship to investigate whether spaders were suitable for Australia.

HE was among the first group of farmers to get into clay delving almost 20 years ago – and to this day Bordertown farmer Roger Groocock still swears by its benefits.

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