Ag students gained insight into their potential future at the AUASA event.
A puffy pink seaweed that can stop cows from burping out methane is being primed for mass farming by researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast.
August 1996 was a busy month in SA's rural sector, with B&S Balls, the EP Field Days and ram sales just some of the events happening that month. Take a scroll back through the archives and see if you can spot any familiar faces!
Australian Precision Ag Laboratory celebrated a new lab and equity partners a gala dinner in Glenelg on Friday.
One of the greatest racehorses the bush, and Australia, has ever seen has now been recognised with a sculpture in her hometown of Blackall.
The annual Crystal Brook show held at the weekend attracted an excellent turnout, with the crowd enthusiastically getting into the spirit of the festivities.
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