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Market Report

Yarding: 3575 Change: 2320 Lamb: 3349 Change: 2216 Sheep: 226 Change: 104 MOUNT GAMBIER LAMB AND SHEEP: Wednesday January 19 Numbers rose as agents yarded 3,349...

Spray drift best practice

FOUR of Australia’s top agricultural peak bodies have united to send an important message to all farmers about adhering to best practice while spraying. Combined,...

New CEO for Grain Producers SA

POLICY and communications expert Brad Perry has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of Grain Producers SA (GPSA). Beginning his new role on...

Market report

Yarding: 1255 Change: -2496 Lamb: 1133 Change: -2190 Sheep: 122 Change: -306 MOUNT GAMBIER LAMB AND SHEEP: Wednesday, January 12 Numbers fell sharply as agents...

GRDC sponsorship applications now open

GRAINS Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is seeking applications for sponsorship. GRDC's objective is to drive the discovery, development and delivery of world-class innovation to...

Excellence in Eating Quality comes to Robe

ROBE will be one of only six locations around Australia where Meat Standards Australia (MSA) will conduct a beef forum and present its South...

State Chair appointed

JEANETTE Long, Ag Ex Inaugural Chair and long-standing committee member, has been appointed as South Australia's State Chair of the inaugural AgriFutures Rural Women's...

Growing SA postponed

SOUTH Australian agriculture’s flagship event, Growing SA, will be rescheduled to later in 2022 in response to the uncertain Covid-19 landscape in South Australia...

Weed roller prevents spray drift

SPRAY drift onto vineyards adjoining the new Penola to Coonawarra Rail Trail will be avoided by a new invention created by Wattle Range Council's...

Beef market to tighten

THE global beef market is set to tighten in 2022, driven by a reduction in the size of the US cattle herd, Rabobank says...

Drought tools for farmers

TWO digital tools are delivering Australian farmers the best available climate data to help prepare for future drought and climate change. Member for Barker...

Charges laid over koala deaths

THE owner of a Cape Bridgewater property and two companies have been charged with 253 animal cruelty offences for their alleged involvement in clearing...

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Competition heats up at Robe

ROBE Bowling Club held its Ladies and Men’s Singles Championships on Saturday in hot, muggy conditions, with a gentle breeze providing some respite. In the...