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Farming machine takes off

COMBATING the herbicide resistance problem one farm at a time, the Mount Gambier manufactured integrated Harrington Seed Destructor (iHSD) is creating change across the...

Stockmen saddle up

THE challenge to find West Wimmera's best stockman and horse combination is about to begin with more than $3000 in cash and prizes on...

Farmers find silver lining in rain clouds

THE multi-million dollar livestock sector is facing a bumper growing season in the wake of the drenching rains that have pummelled the region over...

Dairy group confident of licence approval

UP to 10 local jobs are expected to become available at the multi-million dollar Blue Lake Dairy Group in coming months if a lucrative...

Century celebration

THE oldest rural women's organisation in Australia, Women in Agriculture and Business SA (WAB) will be celebrating its 100th birthday at Riverton this year...

Resistance is futile

COMBATING the growing issue of herbicide resistance, the Integrated Harrington Seed Destructor (iHSD) is the solution for many farmers across the region and the...

Knowledge on show

KANGAROO Inn Area School students were shown the realities of primary industries last week in preparation for their participation in the Royal Adelaide Agricultural...

Agriculture advocate lobbies politicians on food security

PROMINENT South East agricultural advocate Anne Daw has returned from lobbying a cross section of politicians in Canberra on policy reform to food and...

$7m farmland sale

A RECORD auction price for Robe grazing land was achieved last Friday when the Bullock family sold their two farms for almost $7m. In Imperial...

Millicent farmland buy up

ANOTHER major Millicent and district property has been purchased by food industry giant Thomas Foods International. Settlement is expected in the near future on major...

Glencoe Woolshed restoration

SEVENTEEN tradespeople from as far afield as Queensland began a week-long restoration project at the heritage-listed Glencoe Woolshed on Sunday, eager to learn traditional...

Milk war ramps up with no processor

A SOUTH East industry leader has warned many regional dairy producers will remain on a financial knife-edge despite a lift in opening farmgate prices...

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Community help needed for charity handbag drive

HANDBAGS full of hygiene essentials and luxury items for women in need are starting to pile up at two Mount Gambier collection points -...

Fight on hold