Advertisement
Stock Journal - news, classifieds & community
Adelaide Weather - Windy
Now
Max
Adelaide, SA
Windy
 
NEWLY APPOINTED Agriculture Minister Leon Bignell has broken longstanding perceptions of the Labor Party being city-centric.

Bignell emphasises ag's value  

NEWLY APPOINTED Agriculture Minister Leon Bignell has broken longstanding perceptions of the Labor Party being city-centric.
THE conventional farming process of 'spray it, kill it, grow it, feed it, spray it, grow it, reap it' made no sense to Mid North farmer Michele Lally. 3:30 AM THE conventional farming process of 'spray it, kill it, grow it, feed it, spray it, grow it, reap it' made no sense...
A PASSION for a country tradition quickly evolved into a business for Cherie Hausler. 3:30 AM A PASSION for a country tradition quickly evolved into a business for Cherie Hausler.
THE weighty burden of penalty interest rate charges on Australia's ballooning rural debt problem is becoming a spotlight issue. 3:30 AM 9 THE weighty burden of penalty interest rate charges on Australia's ballooning rural debt problem is becoming a...
THE latest addition to Silvan Australia’s Selecta product range is a wide-angle, motion-activated security camera, the Selecta Secure 120. 3:30 AM THE latest addition to Silvan Australia’s Selecta product range is a wide-angle, motion-activated security camera,...

CHINA SPECIAL

A SLOWING Chinese economy has contributed to Australian wool's price drop over the past two months, says wool consultant Andrew Dennis.
China to blame for wool's slide A SLOWING Chinese economy has contributed to Australian wool's price drop over the past two

WOOL prices remain a constant concern for the world's biggest wool processing mill.
17 Apr 14  1 WOOL prices remain a constant concern for the world's biggest wool processing mill.
CHINA'S latest five-year plan could help boost demand for Australian Merino wool.17 Apr 14  2 CHINA'S latest five-year plan could help boost demand for Australian Merino wool.

IN the past seven years Elders Fine Foods has grown to now distribute about 50 tonnes a month of Australian red meat throughout China.
EFF red-hot in China IN the past seven years Elders Fine Foods has grown to now distribute about 50 tonnes a month of
light grey arrow
Well said David. The industry should give WWF a wide berth, they cannot be trusted.
light grey arrow
bring on an Agricultural Bank controlled by government with realistic interest rates. Totally
light grey arrow
Corporate greed plain and simple

THE conventional farming process of 'spray it, kill it, grow it, feed it, spray it, grow it, reap it' made no sense to Mid North farmer Michele Lally.3:30 AM THE conventional farming process of 'spray it, kill it, grow it, feed it, spray it, grow it, reap it' made no sense...
THERE has been consolidation of machinery dealers in recent times but Wickham Flower & Co Pty Ltd has bucked the trend and grown from strength to strength.08 Apr 14 THERE has been consolidation of machinery dealers in recent times but Wickham Flower & Co Pty Ltd has bucked the...
THE Eastern Young Cattle Indicator (EYCI) finished last week at 354.75c/kg cwt, an improvement of 6.75c on the previous week. THE Eastern Young Cattle Indicator (EYCI) finished last week at 354.75c/kg cwt, an improvement of 6.75c on the...

WIDESPREAD rain - the missing ingredient in the Australian cattle market - has produced a dramatic price turnaround in the past month.
Rains revive cattle hopes WIDESPREAD rain - the missing ingredient in the Australian cattle market - has produced a

ALLENDALE East Holstein breeders Bill and Jo Thompson continued their dominance of South East Holstein awards by winning a swag of titles at the 49th South East Holstein Fair.
Thompsons dominate at SE fair ALLENDALE East Holstein breeders Bill and Jo Thompson continued...
MEAT & Livestock Australia manager of market information and analysis Tim McRae says the cattle market is always going to turn with good rain.
Market swing lifts seller confidence MEAT & Livestock Australia manager of market information and...
ALLY Horan from Goulburn, NSW, has taken out the 2014 AWEX/TAFE National Graduate Woolclasser Competition at the Sydney Royal Show.
ALLY Horan from Goulburn, NSW, has taken out the 2014 AWEX/TAFE National Graduate Woolclasser Competition at the...

VIDEO: THE Woolmark Company and “wild bush girl” Isabel Lucas have teamed up for a short film honouring Country Road's true-blue heritage.
Woolmark snags star power VIDEO: THE Woolmark Company and “wild bush girl” Isabel Lucas have teamed up for a short film
AUSTRALIA now has its very own specialty grains genebank, with the opening of a $6 million facility in Horsham, Victoria.20 Apr 14  1 AUSTRALIA now has its very own specialty grains genebank, with the opening of a $6 million facility in Horsham,...
THE increasing trend of going early is showing no signs of easing, with sowing already underway in the Riverland.10 Apr 14 THE increasing trend of going early is showing no signs of easing, with sowing already underway in the Riverland.

LIKE most farmers, David Agnew has a pretty hectic schedule.
Canola cuts weeds on Tintinara farm LIKE most farmers, David Agnew has a pretty hectic schedule.
A MICE plague reminiscent of 2011 on the Yorke Peninsula and Lower North has made some farmers wary of seeding too soon.
Mice put dampener on opening rains A MICE plague reminiscent of 2011 on the Yorke Peninsula and...
THE latest addition to Silvan Australia’s Selecta product range is a wide-angle, motion-activated security camera, the Selecta Secure 120. THE latest addition to Silvan Australia’s Selecta product range is a wide-angle, motion-activated security camera,...

GRIZZLY has released the newest model in its wide range of specialist disc equipment.
Grizzly offers new disc solution GRIZZLY has released the newest model in its wide range of specialist disc equipment.

HORTICULTURE

THOUGH it wasn’t said in so many words, reactions to a Senate committee’s report into the potential importation of ginger, pineapples and potatoes shared a hint of three words: we told you so.3:30 AM THOUGH it wasn’t said in so many words, reactions to a Senate committee’s report into the potential importation of...
THE first ever shipment of Australian table grapes to South Korea has been sent from Robinvale, marking a significant new milestone for Victoria’s table grape industry.15 Apr 14 THE first ever shipment of Australian table grapes to South Korea has been sent from Robinvale, marking a...
THE conventional farming process of 'spray it, kill it, grow it, feed it, spray it, grow it, reap it' made no sense to Mid North farmer Michele Lally.3:30 AM THE conventional farming process of 'spray it, kill it, grow it, feed it, spray it, grow it, reap it' made no sense...
THERE has been consolidation of machinery dealers in recent times but Wickham Flower & Co Pty Ltd has bucked the trend and grown from strength to strength.08 Apr 14 THERE has been consolidation of machinery dealers in recent times but Wickham Flower & Co Pty Ltd has bucked the...
EAGLE-eyed foodies at the Strathalbyn working sheepdog trials on the weekend might have spotted a famous face in the crowd.02 Apr 14 EAGLE-eyed foodies at the Strathalbyn working sheepdog trials on the weekend might have spotted a famous face in the...
LIKE most farm boys, Jonathan Ward spent his fair share of hours sitting in a silo queue. But he was probably the only one sitting in the truck reading Vogue.04 Apr 14 LIKE most farm boys, Jonathan Ward spent his fair share of hours sitting in a silo queue. But he was probably the...

HOME cooks who have pressed their noses to glass cabinets at country shows to marvel at the perfectly risen sponge cakes or the dainty plate of slices are a step closer to winning their own blue ribbon.
Country cooks share blue ribbon secrets HOME cooks who have pressed their noses to glass cabinets at country shows to marvel at the