The united voice of
South Australia’s primary production industries
Primary Producers SA’s vision is for a strong and viable primary production sector in South Australia, which is valued by government and the community.
PRIMARY PRODUCERS SA (PPSA) IS THE PEAK INDUSTRY BODY REPRESENTING THE INTERESTS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRIMARY PRODUCERS AND IS THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL FARMERS’ FEDERATION (NFF).
PPSA partners with government and industry to develop policies and programs that promote the social, economic, and environmental sustainability of South Australian primary production.
PPSA acts as the conduit to the South Australian primary production sector and presents a united voice on behalf of its membership in advocacy and representative activities.
PPSA influences policy makers by promoting the contribution we make to the South Australian economy and engaging positively with government and the broader community.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ECONOMY
In 2021-22, SA’s primary industries and agribusiness sector generated $17.3 billion in revenue
primary production businesses
billion in exports
Source: Department of Primary Industries and Regions
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