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 […]

Centre of attention

DOZENS of locals took the opportunity on Australia Day to travel to Glencoe and get up close and personal with reputedly Australia’s largest steer. Known as […]

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 […]