IT was a great finish to the 21st biennial Eyre Peninsula Field Days, with perfect weather in the morning followed by welcome rain in the afternoon.
- With Eudunda enduring its driest season in more than 35 years a group of local livestock agents have organised a Dry Time Talk to bring the community together.
- A Californian jury has found the herbicide Roundup was responsible for a man's cancer and ordered Monsanto pay more than $A395 in damages.
- Lambing season is under way across the SA Murray-Darling Basin region and farmers are being urged to be aware of the risks related with lamb mortality.
- RESEARCH into identifying bacteria in legumes could reduce the cost of fertiliser inputs on crops.
- Making arguments based on science will not win over consumers regarding the safety of glyphosate - ag has to highlight its overall benefits.
- Australia will progress to the next step in its World Trade Organisation dispute settlement action, against Canada’s discriminatory measures affecting Australian wine.
- Peterborough market attracted a crowd, as did the Naracoorte Shorthorn Show, the Golden Galaxy Guernsey sale. Check out what else was happening.
- Residents of Kimba, Quorn and Hawker are ready to decide their nuclear future with final information sessions held earlier this week.
- THERE was a bigger crowd at the second day of the Eyre Peninsula Field Days, with many of the region's school closed to allow students to attend the event.
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