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ICHCA SA - Luncheon Forum with Mr Jonathan Wilson - PLANNING FOR A BUMPER HARVEST
West Lakes, Australia - 16/11/2016
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The latest PIRSA 2016/17 Crop and Pasture Report for South Australia shows that grain production is estimated to be the third largest crop on record at 8.9 million tonnes.  The crop was seen as being ?...in good to excellent condition with well above average potential ...[and]... with a continued good spring, the production estimate could have some upside?.

Come along to this final ICHCA luncheon for 2016 to hear firsthand Viterra?s plans to handle the greater part of the harvest.

Date(s):
16/11/2016

Time(s):
12:00 - 02:00pm (GMT +09:30) Adelaide

Venue:
The Lakes Resort Hotel, Brebner Drive, West Lakes, South Australia

Program:
PLANNING FOR A BUMPER HARVEST

Ticketing:
ICHCA Members $65.00 per person / Non Members $80.00 per person (includes 10% GST)

Contact for booking / more info:
Deb Warda P: 0439 191 081 email: deb.warda@ichca.com
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