Rock solid season for lobster fishermen

ROCK lobster fishermen in the South East have clocked off early this season with quotas filled rapidly due to favourable weather and high catch rates. Port […]

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 […]