The Central Highlands region is one of the state’s key agricultural producers, generating more than $890 million per annum in economic value. Extensive beef production and broadacre cropping (cereal and pulses) are the key drivers of value. The region is also an important cotton producer and boasts thriving citrus and table grape sectors. Niche and emerging crops include macadamias, lychees, figs and peanuts.
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