THERE were a few extra hands in the Royal Adelaide Show grains judging this year because of a new education initiative instigated by the grains and fodder committee.
ONE hundred years on from the formation of the first Women’s Agricultural Bureau branch, country women from throughout the state are returning to Riverton to mark the occasion.
Seventeen year-old Micaela Lock has trumped her father Gary with the highest valued two fleeces in the long-running Mundulla Ag Bureau’s Hogget Competition.
TWO diseases of major importance to the beef industry – bovine johnes disease and pestivirus – were in the spotlight at three SA Beef forums held across the state last week.
Data management and genetic modification have been pinpointed as two big issues in agriculture’s future, by the upcoming generation.
MACRO Meats founder Ray Borda was the guest speaker at the Agribusiness Australia SA’s annual CEO luncheon in Adelaide today
RESEARCHERS and government officials were given a preview of the research being undertaken as part of the National Carp Control Plan in Canberra last week.
More than $2.2 million has been donated back to community causes since the South East Field Days started. The event is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2018.