REPRESENTATIVES of state and local government, industry and more were in Clare this week for a regional summit looking at keeping jobs in the country.
UNIVERSITY of Adelaide Professor Mike Young was the guest speaker at the May Rural Media SA meeting and outlined how energy problems could be overcome through a climate sharing system.
The horticulture industry is leading the charge to tighten up rules for farm workers, via the Fair Farms Initiative.
REPRESENTATIVES from the SA, national and international potato industry were in Adelaide this week as part of Hort Connections.
There were hogget competitions, machinery field days and a tour of the Eyre Peninsula as just some of the big events in this week's look through the archives.
The world’s biggest tractor was released, SA’s ram selling season was in full swing and water supplies were a worry as we look back through the Stock Journal archives.
THE next generation of dairy breeders got hands-on with their calves at the annual All-Breeds Calf and Handlers’ Day, held at Murray Bridge on Friday.
West Coast farmers clashed with the State Bank, Pastoralists were concerned about the new Act and Merino and beef farmers were on the move for their field days as we look back through the Stock Journal archives.
Women from throughout the state paid tribute the 100 years of work done in the first century of Women in Agriculture and Business.