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Biological Farmers of Australian (BFA) is hosting a Barossa Valley Biological Farming and Organic Roadshow on Saturday August 7, at the Kalleske vineyard, Greenock, providing an opportunity to gain a greater understanding on biological methods and organic markets. Brothers Troy and Tony Kalleske will give visitors a guided tour of their family winery and share the experiences of their journey to producing some of Australia’s top quality organic wines.

Former CSIRO scientist Dr Maarten Stapper of BioLogic AgFood is the key guest speaker at the event, providing valuable advice on achieving soil health for profitable farming. Other speakers include multiple award-winning dairy farmer Ulli Spranz, who will discuss organic and biodynamic milk production, and Monika Nominees, who will present on growing and marketing organic horticultural produce.

The format will focus on practical, down-to-earth talks, with speakers passing on first-hand knowledge gained through owning or managing successful commercially-focused organic farming and other businesses.

Barossa Valley Biological Farming & Organic Roadshow:

When: 8.30am – 4.00pm, Saturday August 7, 2010

Where: Kalleske Vineyard, St John’s Road, Greenock, SA

Cost: Pre-paid discounted price $45 or $50 on the day. Cost includes full day’s catering and wine tasting.

Ph: 1300 331 309 ext 232
Fax: 07 3350 5996

or go to to download booking form

The South Australian roadshow program will continue with an ACO (Australian Certified Organic) value-adding workshop, including a report on the findings of the Australian Organic Market Report, followed by a Networking dinner. Details are:

Date: 2 September, 2010

Time: 1pm (workshop); 6.30pm (dinner)

Where: Adelaide (venue TBC)

For further information or to register phone 1300 331 309, email or go to