Young Australians passionate about the wool industry have converged on SA this week, for the biennial AWI Breeding Leadership program.
SA's grains industry has only just entered a new decade of production, but analysts and economists are already looking to what the future may hold in 2030.
The SA Isolated Children's Parents' Association is preparing to meet in Port Augusta next month to tackle the big issues.
Registrations are now open for Barossa Improved Grazing Group's 2020 conference, to be held in Angaston on February 18.
Organisers of the Kangaroo Island Cup say they are on track for a record crowd next month in the wake of the devastating fires that are drawing new attention to the time-honoured event.
The conference held on the Gold Coast enjoyed delegates from every state and territory of Australia, and several from New Zealand.
Outcomes from recent grains research and development will be revealed at a GRDC forum in Balaklava next month.
The Adelaide launch of Free Eyre's Peninsula Ports project was held on Tuesday evening, where the benefits and economics of the project were outlined to about 30 farmers, agribusiness industry members and shareholders.