Finding their niche

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Downsizing to adapt to the presence of larger commercial growers has given the farm a smaller clientele in a niche market. “What we like to do is build a relationship between us and our customers to be able to provide consistency," Richard Cobbledick says. “We are not there to supply everyone, but we are there to be a loyal grower for a customer.”

What’s the connection between a boarding school and a thriving vegetable-growing business? ANDY WILSON has the answer.

Just outside the well-heeled and leafy suburb of North Adelaide stands The Wilderness School, which for 140 years has seen the education of many South Australian rural students among its city-student population.

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