Weather-hit roads and paddocks in need of repair, earthmoving before sowing

QM
By Quinton McCallum
February 2 2022 - 5:18am
Barry Schubert said this pre-existing creek was now twice as deep and wide after more than 200mm battered their Darke Peak property. PHOTO: Supplied - SchubertFarms

IMPROVING road access and repairing damaged paddocks are two big priorities for upper Eyre Peninsula graingrowers battered by last week's storms in which up to 300mm fell in some places.

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