Arguably one of the most notable transactions in the South Australian rural farmland market in 2019 was the off-market purchase of the 4000 hectare Kadlunga aggregation in the Clare Valley by the Millington Family.
It has been the belief that the southeast has been an undervalued area for the last decade and it has now caught up to other regions.
Despite 2019 being another year of below-average rainfall for many areas of SA, buyer enquiry for rural properties coming to the market during the past 12 months was very strong with some outstanding sales results achieved.
STOCK Journal is proud to be partnering with MGA Insurance Group, Neogen Genomic Solutions, International Animal health and Aussie Feeders to present Beef Week 2020.
INTERNATIONAL Animal Health (IAH) is an Australian owned, family business situated at Huntingwood in Sydney and is a new supporter of Southern Beef Week 2020.
DNA testing and genomic selection tools are not often thought about in the context of drought management, but they can assist producers position their herds for a faster and more productive recovery when the rains return.
Coming from a farming background in Warrnambool, Victoria, the team at Aussie Feeders are knowledgeable about the requirements of agricultural products.
Beef cattle farms are an important part of the rural economy in almost all regions of Australia. It is an industry that requires quite specific insurance covers to enhance the prospects of maintaining a profitable business.