A family farm in rural New South Wales has the highest per capita consumption of grain and milk in the country, according to the latest census figures.
The Gills family farm has a total of more than 10,000 acres in the NSW Hunter Valley, according the Agriculture Department.
The family farm includes two dairy cows, two calves, six goats, one duck, and one rooster.
The farm is located in the Hunter Valley in the southern part of the state, close to the towns of Lidcombe and Mount Gambier.
The Census Bureau said that the Gills farm has an average per capita intake of more then 200kg of grains and 150kg of milk.
The per capita food intake was higher than the state average.
In 2011, the average per person food intake in NSW was just over 60kg.
The Agriculture Department said that this is a relatively high intake in rural areas, but it’s the lowest in NSW, which averages around 80kg of food per person.