The voice of
South Australian Growers
GPSA advocates on behalf of SA grain producers, representing their interests to decision-makers in all levels of government, the SA Parliament, and to commercial and other groups across the value chain.
GPSA engages industry stakeholders regarding policies we believe will promote the economic and environmental sustainability of grain production, providing leadership and influencing outcomes.
GPSA informs grain producers on matters of importance to their business and champions the contribution we make to the South Australian community by engaging positively with the public.
A raft of key projects aimed at increasing productivity and profitability for the South Australian grain industry have been outlined in Grain Producers SA’s (GPSA) 2022 State Election Priorities.
GROWING SA is the annual conference of SA’s grain and livestock industries. Producers and other stakeholders can hear the latest in policy, farm business advice and commodity research.
Grain Producers SA is the peak industry body representing the 4,500 grain farming businesses in South Australia. Established in March 2012, GPSA was formed out of the need for an organised and well-funded lobby group to be a voice for South Australian grain growers beyond the farm gate.
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South Australian grain growers will participate in an exciting new collaboration between Coopers Brewery, Grain Producers SA and AgTech company Trust Provenance, which will see barley tracked and traced from paddock-to-beverage. Through funding from the South...
Eyre Peninsula grain producers are getting together next month to discuss what’s worked and what hasn’t on their farms following severe impacts of storms at the start of the year. Partnering with Grain Producers SA (GPSA) with support from the Department of Primary...
Ninety per cent of South Australia’s grain producers are anticipating an average or above average season with sowing underway in many regions, according to a member survey undertaken by Grain Producers SA (GPSA). GPSA Chief Executive Officer Brad Perry said the survey...