DAIRY businesses are losing up to $364 million each year in employee turnover, with Australia’s peak dairy farmer group warning the problem will only get worse unless the federal Government acts immediately to solve the industry’s labour crisis.
A new software program has been launched to help give livestock producers access to optimal pasture management.
The state’s producers will again have a chance to debate grains, livestock and farm business issues, with the return of the GROWING SA conference.
THE Belmore Shorthorn stud achieved a healthy average and top at its fifth annual sale near Naracoorte on Thursday last week.
The first phase of the development of a national investment plan for weeds research and development has begun, after a consultation paper seeking feedback was released this week.
An improved human Q fever vaccine could be available in six years time if further funding to conduct testing and research can be secured.
Numbers were slightly back at the Mount Pleasant market on Thursday but sheep and lamb prices were up by $10 to $15 per head
Interstate buyers were the ones to watch at the Walmona Santa Gertrudis Invitational Sale at Truro on Saturday, after the top price bull was snapped up by a Queensland-based stud.
We all have a role to play in sharing Australia's agricultural story with the world was the overarching message at the inaugural 2018 Thriving Women conference at Hahndorf this week.