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Young’s legacy lives on through scholarship

SOUTHEND resident Sandra Young is well known in the community as a former operator of a Millicent pharmacy and the key organiser of the...

Late grain harvest run continues

MILLICENT’S reputation for a “late” harvest looks set to continue this summer. The Millicent silos are operated by grain handler Viterra and a spokesperson said...

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...

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,...

Local women in forestry join State Government strategy

THE important role women play in agribusiness is being highlighted once again with four women from the South East's forestry industry profiled to help...

Mingbool homestead yields $1.4m at auction

THE historic Peweena Road homestead at Mingbool with 85ha of land sold at auction for more than $1.4m on Friday, which has been described...

Council to prepare saleyards report

GRANT District Council will prepare a report for elected members outlining the financial situation of the Glenburnie Saleyards. This commitment was made by council's chief...

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...

Tech lag researched

PRECISION agriculture (PA) and variable rate technology (VRT) have long been used by the cropping industry to enhance productivity, while the livestock sector has...

Mayura Station a cut above

THE Tasting Room at Millicent's Mayura Station has been named best enterprise in the tourism restaurants and catering services category at the 2017 South...

Cash cow beefs up cup

A HEREFORD steer will once again be auctioned off at the Scott Group of Companies Gold Cup Carnival charity luncheon, which will be held...

Ag students take the lead

AGRICULTURE students from a leading Adelaide independent school steered their way to success at the Mount Gambier A&H Society Spring Show. Eleven Westminster School Year...

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Creativity part of community connection puzzle

DECORATED puzzle pieces will symbolise connection throughout the Glenelg Shire Council area as part of a new collaborative arts project. The Connected Community Project, launched...