Grains profit re­gional work­shops

The Weekly Advertiser Horsham - - Aglife -

Wim­mera-mallee grow­ers will gain an in­sight at a series of re­gional work­shops into what makes the top per­form­ing grain-grow­ing busi­nesses in south­ern Aus­tralia suc­cess­ful.

Grains Re­search and Devel­op­ment Cor­po­ra­tion re­search in­vest­ment has re­vealed the top 20 per­cent of grain busi­nesses are re­tain­ing 30 per­cent of turnover as net profit, while the av­er­age busi­ness is re­tain­ing closer to 10 per­cent.

A series of GRDC ‘Op­por­tu­nity for Profit’ work­shops – at Kaniva to­day, in Hor­sham to­mor­row and Swan Hill on Fri­day – will of­fer some an­swers to help grow­ers bet­ter un­der­stand the profit drivers in their own busi­nesses.

The half-day work­shops will delve into the results from a GRDC three-year na­tional pro­ject called ‘the in­te­gra­tion of profit drivers and tech­ni­cal in­for­ma­tion for more in­formed de­ci­sions’.

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