Advocate

We advocate for SA producers on grains issues beyond the farm gate, representing SA’s 3000 grain producing businesses to industry and government decision-makers.

Inform

We inform industry stakeholders of the policies we believe will promote the economic and environmental sustainability of the grains industry.

Educate

We educate producers on grain production practices and issues as well as industry decision-makers and the community on the importance of the industry to SA.

Spring 2018 edition available online

February 2019 Work Health and Safety Update Newsletter

Work health and safety on farms - the Farmers’ Guidebook to work health and safety.

Work health and safety on farms - the Farmers’ Guidebook to work health and safety.

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Grain Producers SA welcomes release of GM review

Grain Producers SA has welcomed today’s release of the independent review of South Australia’s moratorium on the cultivation of...

Grain Producers SA has welcomed today’s release of the independent review of South Australia’s moratorium on the cultivation of Genetically Modified (GM) food crops report.

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January 2019 Newsletter

Top stories in the January 2019 newsletter include: Chain Of Responsibility workshops kick off, Chinese authorities seek grower information, GPSA members urged...

Top stories in the January 2019 newsletter include: Chain Of Responsibility workshops kick off, Chinese authorities seek grower information, GPSA members urged to have their say on changes to CFS powers GPSA Chair...

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January 2019 Work Health and Safety Update Newsletter

Advice for heatwave conditions- Work Health and Safety and Hours of Work for Outdoor Workers- Pastoral Award 2010.

Advice for heatwave conditions- Work Health and Safety and Hours of Work for Outdoor Workers- Pastoral Award 2010.

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New program helps primary producers to better understand Chain of Responsibility

The Chain of Responsibility framework, including recent changes, will be explained in easy-to-understand terms at a series of free...

The Chain of Responsibility framework, including recent changes, will be explained in easy-to-understand terms at a series of free workshops across South Australia, starting later this month.

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