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Record number of genotypes included in Sheep Genetics evaluations in 2022-2023

The Australian sheep flock is continuing to experience genetic gain, driven by ongoing growth in the Sheep Genetics program, as revealed in a new...

Unlocking growth: Aussie horticulture eyes Indian market

Australian growers are set to gain insights into the journey of their produce to India, with the aim to maintain quality and boost trade...

Think about farmers behind our food

Former Australian netball captain and Commonwealth Games medallist, Laura Geitz, is trading sport shoes for farm boots, urging Australians to stop and think about...

Volunteers threaten to walk off the job

A number of South Australian grain producers who are SA Country Fire Service (CFS) volunteers have stated in a Grain Producers SA (GPSA) survey...

Market loses momentum

Yarding: 1321 Change: -32 NARACOORTE CATTLE Tuesday, January 23 Market lost some of its momentum in a similar sized yarding of 1353 head. On the supply front...

New CEO for MFMG

SALLY Klose has been appointed as chief executive officer of MacKillop Farm Management Group. Meg Bell currently holds the position, but will be leaving...

Lead Ag Teacher project to continue

THE Lead Ag Teacher project is set to continue for another year thanks to the South Australian Sheep Industry Fund (SIF). Funded by the South...

Markets January 16

Yarding: 1353 Change: 450 NARACOORTE CATTLE Tuesday, January 16 Naracoorte agents yarded 1353 cattle in a mostly good quality offering, made up of 903 young cattle, 404...

Further ‘silver lining’ for consumers with food price inflation moderating

There has been some “further silver lining for consumers” with the latest monthly Consumer Price Index (CPI) data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics...

Solving workforce issues

A new, ongoing group has been established to continue tackling agricultural workforce challenges. The new Agricultural Workforce Forum (AWF) met for the first time...

Market report November 9

Yarding: 1152 Change: 102 NARACOORTE CATTLE Tuesday, November 7 Agents yarded 1,152 cattle representing an increase of 102 head. Quality was mostly good with the grown and...

Hay market exceeds expectations

Australia’s hay market is exceeding expectations with suppliers being urged to make hay now to meet demand. Feed Central predicts strong demand for hay and...

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Artists exhibition at Port MacDonnell

RECYCLING and nature are the highlights of the Port MacDonnell Community Complex art exhibition ‘Imagination Unleashed’. The new exhibition was first opened last month and...