Ag needs better positioning to attract workers

By Alisha Fogden
Updated September 12 2022 - 9:28am, first published September 9 2022 - 4:00am
Primary Producers SA chair Simon Maddocks addressed workforce challenges at this week's Growing SA conference.
Primary Producers SA chair Simon Maddocks addressed workforce challenges at this week's Growing SA conference.

OUT-OF-THE-BOX thinking and inserting more agriculture into the school curriculum could help address the skilled workforce challenges faced by the primary industry sector, according to Primary Producers SA chair Simon Maddocks.

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