GPSA survey outlines grower gains and pains

QM
Updated April 24 2024 - 5:06pm, first published 4:19pm
Martin de Winnaar is the broadacre manager for Pye Group, Parilla. He says reasons for optimism in the grains sector largely outweigh the current challenges. Picture by Quinton McCallum
Martin de Winnaar is the broadacre manager for Pye Group, Parilla. He says reasons for optimism in the grains sector largely outweigh the current challenges. Picture by Quinton McCallum

Optimism about the profitability and sustainability of the state's cropping sector is extremely high, but increasing operating costs, unreliable connectivity and staffing are shaping as the biggest future challenges.

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