Grain Producers SA is a not-for-profit organisation which represents South Australia’s 3000 grain growers.

On average, the state’s growers plant more than 4.2 million hectares of cereals, pulses, oilseeds and hay every year. Depending on the season, 6 to 10 million tonnes of grain is produced, plus hay. Grain growing is a significant industry for South Australia, generating about $2 billion per year for the State’s economy as well as employing thousands of people in food-related industries.

GPSA develops and implements policies that promote the economic and environmental sustainability of the grains industry to benefit producers.

For SA grain growers, GPSA is your opportunity to influence the policies and projects that impact you and the people who represent you beyond the farm gate.

What We Do

Grain Producers SA Limited (GPSA) applies for funding under the South Australian Grain Industry Fund to carry out projects on behalf of South Australian Grain Producers.  PIRSA Released the Managment Plan 2012-2017 on 29 October 2012 - click here to see the plan.

We have produced a brochure to summarise what we do - click here to view a pdf of our brochure.


GPSA has a list of Projects that it plans to undertake on behalf of South Austalian Grain Producers.  You can follow the link by clicking Projects here or download a printable version here