Innovators and trailblazers were recognised at the Agricultural Bureau of SA's Spirit of Excellence in Agriculture Awards held in Adelaide on Friday night.
The Thriving Women 2020 Conference, which aims to grow and inspire women connected through agriculture, was launched in Adelaide on Tuesday night.
On the back of highly successful roadshows across rural SA in February and March, the next Save Our Mates mental health campaign will kick off next week, this time travelling to the Riverland and Mallee areas.
LOXTON High School agriculture teacher Justine Fogden is among 10 educators to receive top gongs at the SA Public Education Awards on Friday night.
A field research site dedicated to supporting mainland high rainfall zone growers in their efforts to achieve higher yields of wheat and barley through genetic improvement and management will be showcased later this month.
WAYS to tackle phalaris staggers and copper deficiencies will be outlined at a SE field day on October 30.
A LONG-held dream came true for Kate Rayner this month when the South East town of Lucindale hosted Triple J's One Night Stand.
A number of workshops are being rolled out across the state to provide pastoralists and landholders with skills to monitor and trap wild dogs, which pose a significant threat to SA's $4.3 billion livestock industry.