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South Australia's Primary Industries

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The South Australian dairy industry produced 496 million litres of milk in 2018-19 from more than 66,000 cows, bringing more than $234 million in farm gate revenue.

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South Australia grows around four million hectares of grain crop each year, including wheat, barley, lentils and canola. Farmgate value totals $1.7 billion. Yields continue to grow whilst maintaining minimal impact on South Australia’s clean soils and water resources.

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South Australia is a major horticulture producer and recognised for its excellence in environmentally clean, safe and advanced agricultural production. A combination of fruit, nuts and vegetables make up South Australia’s horticulture industry.

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Domesticated livestock industries, including beef cattle, sheep, pigs, chickens and goats, contribute around $3.98 billion to the state’s economy. South Australia is a leader in the development of undomesticated meat industries, with camels processed for export markets and kangaroos processed for both Australian and overseas destinations.

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South Australia’s clean waters are home to some of the world’s most sought after seafood including rock lobster, southern bluefin tuna, oysters, prawns and abalone. The wild catch and aquaculture industries produced approximately 66,000 tonnes in 2018-19, production value of $480 million.

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South Australia is indisputably Australia’s wine state, producing 50 percent of all bottled wine and about 80 percent of premium wine. Adelaide, South Australia is a Great Wine Capital of the World, which recognises its wine regions as significant economic and cultural assets. Rigorous biosecurity measures have kept our vines free of phylloxera, making some of our vines the oldest in the world.