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Mouse bait spreading project underway

In order to help Australian grain growers, a research project is underway to help reduce crop losses due to mouse damage by optimising bait...

Government must consult farmers on superannuation changes: NFF

Australia’s peak farming body has warned that superannuation changes announced by Treasurer Jim Chalmers could cool investment in agriculture, unless the detail is worked...

Emerging technologies overshadowed in Senate biosecurity report: Illumina

DNA sequencing technology could create a step change in Australia’s biosecurity, protecting agriculture industries and the country’s unique wildlife, according to global genomic company...

Don’t sacrifice food security for energy security: NFF

The National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) is calling on Australian energy ministers to make sure the transition to renewable energy is overseen by a national...

Countdown is on to agriculture’s big day

Australian agriculture’s biggest day of the year is on Friday 18 November, when the nation comes together to celebrate National Agriculture Day. After a two...

Australian joins Global Methane Pledge

Australia will contribute to a collective ambition to reduce methane emissions worldwide by 30 per cent by 2030. The Federal Government, in signing the Global...

Market Reports September 28

Yarding: 628 Change: 171 MOUNT GAMBIER CATTLE Wednesday, September 28 Numbers reached 628 head of live weight and open auction cattle at Mount Gambier today. The usual...

Aerial monitoring for seawater intrusion

THE Limestone Coast Landscape Board (LC Landscape Board) will be launching a new project aimed to increase its understanding of where and how resilience...

Market report September 20

Yarding: 530 Change: 42 NARACOORTE CATTLE Tuesday, September 20 There was a larger yarding at Naracoorte of 530 cattle. Quality was from average to very good as...

Wild radish seed targeted for destruction

IN the lead up to grain harvesting across southern Australia, growers are planning their weed management activity to control one of the most problematic...

Calls for delay as harvest looms

THE South Australian Country Fire Service (SACFS) is being urged by Grain Producers SA (GPSA) to delay the transition to a new Harvest Code...

NFF wants to see the state deliver

THE National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) wants to see the Federal Government deliver on its pre-election commitment for sustainable, long-term biosecurity funding in the Budget...

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Hand forged costume wins big

YEARS of practice and a love for traditional blacksmithing lead Clare Valley’s Thomas Cook securing best costume at this year’s Fantasy Medieval Fair. On Sunday,...

Speeders called out