A family of farmers in South Australia has started a dairy operation with the support of local dairy producers.
The farm is a small operation with two dairy cows, but they are set to produce a large quantity of milk.
The dairy farmers hope to start exporting the milk soon.
The milk is now being sold locally in South Perth.
The family has grown the dairy from a small cow into a large operation with a large dairy herd, but the cows will not be available to buy locally.
Mr Mcgrath said the dairy was growing very slowly and he hoped to have a large herd by the end of the year.
“We are looking at exporting it to Australia,” he said.
“The dairy will probably be ready for the end market by the middle of this year.”
It’s quite difficult for dairy farmers in SA, they just don’t get the opportunities they used to, so it’s been really important to us.
He said he was looking forward to having the cows back. “
It’s really hard to predict,” Mr McGrath said.
He said he was looking forward to having the cows back.
“I’ve got four more cows already, so that’s a lot more than we had a year ago.”
I’m going to get a bit of a kick out of it,” Mr Macgrath added.
The farmer said the decision had been made to start a family farm in SA because he had a young family. “
In the past, I’ve looked into dairy farming in other parts of Australia, but not for this particular business, but I think this is the right place,” he explained.
The farmer said the decision had been made to start a family farm in SA because he had a young family.
“This is the first time we’ve really decided that we’re going to make it our business,” he laughed.
“Because of the drought, we can’t afford to go to a small business.”