In accordance with our Vision and Mission maintaining a presence as the go to organisation to get messages through and to get things done means a positive approach to doing our work in a logical, considered and affirmed fashion, demonstrating the growth in the public confidence of the Dairy Farmer as being a wholesome and dedicated person to the task of producing milk in a sustainable and caring fashion.
SADA works closed with the Department of Primary Industries and Regions (PIRSA) to responds to a range of emergency events across South Australia.
Australia remains free of FMD
In 2022, an outbreak of FMD was reported in cattle in Indonesia and the response is ongoing. The outbreak has spread to Bali, bringing the disease the closest it has been to Australia
December 2023: All South Australian dairy farms received correspondence from the South Australian Environment Protection Agency (SA EPA) regarding dairying and a review of management practices of dairy shed effluent in South Australia.
This page provides a list of available grant opportunities to support your farming practices and the Dairy industries policy outcomes.
A core function of SADA is to advocate primarily for its members but also the Dairy Industry of South Australia.
In order for SADA to best represents it's members, we need you input across all policy areas in the dairy industry.