Women from throughout the state paid tribute the 100 years of work done in the first century of Women in Agriculture and Business.
This week’s look through the Stock Journal archives takes in a six-month period in 1941. While the war was happening in Europe, its impacts were felt at home, while farmers also had to tackle drought, then floods.
Pigs, sheep and royalty figure prominently in today's gallery as we look back through the Stock Journal archives to the end of the '60s.
February 2007 had the crowning of Stock Journal's Super Hunks and Spunks, plenty of bull sales and concerns on water allocations.
It was a fitting theme for the April luncheon meeting for Rural Media SA, with a look back at Australia’s history at Gallipoli and life for returning soldiers.
For the first time in the history of the exclusive Ermenegildo Zegna’s wool awards, the Italian fine textiles and menswear luxury brand has paid 50 per cent above the market value to purchase 24 bales entered into the superfine competition.
A 21-MONTH-OLD “very correct” heifer has claimed the top title at the Mount Torrens dairy heifer competition.
ABOUT 100 people from across Australia turned up in Port Augusta for the 46th annual Isolated Children's Parent's Association state conference.