Dairy industry relieved

THE Australian dairy industry looks to have normalised, with a decent seasonal outlook and better farmgate prices encouraging increased production according to the latest NAB Agribusiness […]

Russian wheat aphid risk

EFFECTIVE management of the “green bridge” over the coming months is said to place grain growers on the front foot in their efforts to control Russian […]

Biosecurity Plan practices

A GOOD biosecurity plan consists of sound practices and is as individual as the property it protects, according to Livestock Biosecurity Network’s Rachael O’Brien. Biosecurity describes […]

Rural recognition for Ella

PASSIONATE Agriculture enthusiast Ella Kain will receive the prestigious Wattle Range Council Young Citizen of the Year Award this Friday for her community involvement and tireless […]

‘Gas wasteland’ risk

INDEPENDENT candidate for MacKillop Jon Ey has warned Beach Energy’s gas field discovery in Penola will destroy the reputation of South Australia’s most famous wine growing […]

Cattle industry leaders to meet

LIVESTOCK SA’s annual summer meeting has drawn another high-profile guest speaker, with Cattle Council of Australia chief executive Margo Andrae confirmed to attend the industry event […]

Livestock producers face new standards

RECENT changes to the Livestock Production Assurance (LPA) program will affect the way producers manage their livestock, regardless of the size of the property or number […]

Top stud ready to raise bar

HIGH hopes for another record year have been expressed by the proprietor of a Furner beef cattle stud on the eve of its annual onsite auction. […]

AlertSA slammed

LIBERAL candidate for MacKillop Nick McBride has slammed the State Government’s emergency alert smartphone app after failing during a serious fire near Keith last weekend. The […]