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THE Victorian Government has helped secure a $4.5 million investment from Pentarch Agricultural, a West Australian-based fodder processor, which will set up its first Victorian facility in the Mallee town of Ultima.
Agriculture and Regional Development Minister Jaala Pulford.
Pentarch markets Australian oaten hay, cottonseed and other grain internationally and the new facility will generate millions of dollars in new exports to Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and China.
It will create new jobs in the small rural town and provide alternative markets to grain growers, particularly during poor seasons.
This article first appeared on www.sunraysiadaily.com.au
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