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Grab some milk, check in with a mate and tackle mental illness

Grab some milk, check in with a mate and tackle mental illness It’s no news to anyone that 2021 has been a particularly tough year…
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Are there robots in Myponga?

It’s like something out of the future; something the families who founded Fleurieu Milk wouldn’t have even dreamed possible during their long nights spent filling…
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15 years of Fleurieu Milk

Cast your mind back 15 years to 2006. Mike Rann is South Australia’s Premier; Rob Kerin and then Iain Evans lead the Opposition. Miners Brant Webb…
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A woman’s place is in this industry: Celebrating International Women’s Day

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we catch up with four Myponga dairy farmers who are suppliers of Fleurieu Milk who you know and love: Samantha…
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Meet the Farmers: Gum Dark

Sometimes the stars align and the universe tells you you’re right where you’re supposed to be. That’s the way it is for dairy farmers Mike…
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Meet the Farmers: Verde Valley

Since Nick Mignanelli could walk, he’s been helping out on the family dairy farm at Hindmarsh Tiers. “I was always in the dairy from a…
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Meet the Farmers: Roslyn Amdena Jerseys

For Fleurieu Milk’s newest supplier Nick Brokenshire, the allure of life on the farm has always been intrinsically linked with family. “Obviously no day is…
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Meet the Farmers: Manna Farm

Like many farmers, for Ian Willcocks dairy farming is a family affair. Owner of Yankalilla’s Manna Farm alongside wife Nicki, Ian grew up on the…
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New Partnerships and A Big Thank You

The Australian dairy industry has experienced immense instability since the early 2000s, with overall production diminishing approximately 25% in the last ten years nationwide. Fleurieu…
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Myponga “One of the Best” for Dairy Farming

When it comes to Australia’s best dairy farming regions, Fleurieu Milk co-director Geoff Hutchinson admits he’s biased. “There are pockets throughout the country, but I think…
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