Vintage challenge

AS Coonawarra’s grape growers and winemakers start picking for this year’s vintage, the impact of last year’s devastating frost damage is being assessed and managed. A […]

Shear skill showcased

A RARE lunchtime event took place on Monday in the midst of a busy day of shearing at Konetta Station. The landmark Greenways property on the […]

New trade agreement signed

FARMERS across Barker in the dairy, grains, red meat, wine and horticulture sectors will have their tariffs to Peru slashed following this week’s historic signing of […]

Stray dogs attack Big Moo

STRAY dogs have been blamed for attacking the super-size dairy steer known as “Big Moo” at his Glencoe paddock on the weekend. Big Moo has a […]

Genetic interest

THE latest in maternal genetic trials and genomic testing will be outlined to stud and commercial producers at the annual Australian White Suffolk Association Conference. The […]

Water cut halt sought

A PROMINENT Coonawarra wine industry leader has called on the state’s environment department to halt planned cuts to the sector’s water allocation. This comes as the […]

Anti-gas mining campaign fuelled

AUDIENCE members lingered in the foyer at the Oatmill Cinema Complex on Wednesday night following the premiere of Pipe Dreams Fractured Lives. Many in the crowd […]

Trade deal beefed up

FARMERS in Barker will benefit from the revised Trans-Pacific trade deal, Member for Barker Tony Pasin says. Beef, sheep, dairy, wine, horticulture, seafood, cereal and grain […]