Millet proves to be resilient in a variety of environments but the market can be a fickle beast

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By Jamie Brown
December 22 2021 - 7:00am
Millet grower Steve Rogers in a paddock of Japanese millet at Tuckurimba via Lismore.

Japanese millet is proving to be a useful crop in rotation for Steve Rogers at Tuckurimba who started by growing the grain for cover but found its resilience to a variety of weather conditions delivered useful yield and, at times, good prices.

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Jamie Brown

North Coast reporter