Pathways to productivity explored

NATURAL Resources South East will hold a Pathways to Productivity forum in Keith next month with presentations relevant for land owners and anyone with an interest in sustainable agriculture[…]

Harvest in full swing

THE 2017/18 harvest is about to get into full swing in Millicent and district as climatic conditions are right. It is customary for the peak harvesting […]

Heavy rainfall to impact crop

RECENT heavy rainfall through parts of the southern cropping region could impact on the viability of grain that growers are planning to retain for sowing in […]

Call to target poachers

A PROMINENT South Australian parliamentarian has called for formation of a dedicated stock squad to capture cattle thieves. Australian Conservatives MLC Robert Brokenshire said only six […]

Grain loads received

THE grain harvest has started at Millicent with grain handler Viterra receiving its first loads into the site last week. Canola from the local Gilbertson family […]

Best wool return in decades

AUSTRALIAN wool growers are receiving some of their best returns in decades with the AWEX Eastern Market Indicator hitting an all-time high of 1681 cents per […]

Ram sale exceeds expectations

RYEVIEW’S tenth annual on-property ram sale results blew all the Millicent stud’s previous averages out of the water. Michael and Julie Osborne recently held their most […]

Farming gets political

PRIMARY Producers SA (PPSA) wants the March state election to be a time when the huge contribution to the South Australian economy of food, wine and […]

Crop disease warning

CANOLA growers are being encouraged to assess the extent of blackleg disease in crops to reduce the risk of disease next year and beyond. To support […]