New practice provides great benefits for Riverland farmers

Fourth generation farmer Peter Fogden spent four days baling the abundance of rye he grew earlier this year with a machine wrapper to produce 170 to 180 bales of silage. INSET: The crops are baled up in plastic, and left to ferment and turn into silage. PHOTOS: Giorgina McKay

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