High costs put end to Fleurieu poultry plan

By Paula Thompson
Updated March 23 2016 - 4:20pm, first published March 22 2016 - 1:50pm
DISAPPOINTMENT: Mount Jagged farmer Trevor Paech, (right) with wife Janelle and children Torah and James, is disappointed the plan for the Fleurieu Poultry Association to take over the old Inghams turkey processing facility at McLaren Vale will not go ahead.
DISAPPOINTMENT: Mount Jagged farmer Trevor Paech, (right) with wife Janelle and children Torah and James, is disappointed the plan for the Fleurieu Poultry Association to take over the old Inghams turkey processing facility at McLaren Vale will not go ahead.

THE Fleurieu Poultry Association’s plan to operate the former Inghams’ turkey processing facility at McLaren Vale will not go ahead, after more than a year of work on the project.

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