A PASSION for livestock and life outdoors almost seems to be a birthright in the Martin family.
JUST shy of 150 years ago, the Michael family arrived in the Snowtown area and despite enduring crippling droughts and uncertainty, the operation has a foundation that will prosper well into the future.
FARMING in the driest region of the driest state of the driest inhabited continent in the world is not for the faint-hearted, but over the past 70 years, the Litchfields have not only been up for the challenge, but handled it with aplomb.
THERE have been several constants at Barooka across most of the past 135 years - Merino sheep, Shorthorn cattle and the Goode family.
The Nosworthy family have been farming on the EP since the early 1900s, and with father Bill and daughter Lisa steering the ship, the future looks bright.
Kangaroo Island's farm firefighters are now better equipped thanks to a unique fundraiser by Gosse fire survivor Sabrina Davis.
The 2020/21 grant program awarded more than $75,000 in sponsorship impacting more than 40 competitions.
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After helping thousands of students across SA to improve their knowledge of agriculture, a community figure has called time on his teaching career.