LIVESTOCK SA's Deane Crabb retired at the end of last month after 40 years in the industry. Mr Crabb helped to lead the industry body since 2013.
SHEEP circuit sales, clearing sales and bull sales all featured heavily in the March 1987 pages of Stock Journal. Also featuring in this Flashback Friday are photos from the Merino Field Days, Karoonda Sheep Fair and various other events and stories.
THE rich agricultural and military history of the tiny Adelaide Plains town of Owen has come to life thanks to a stunning artwork emblazoned on the local silos.
Personalised interventions, including residents' favourite songs, has been shown to make a big difference to dementia sufferers.
Until recently, there was no dedicated showcase of local Aboriginal artwork in the Flinders Ranges, and that didn't sit well with Kristian and Gaby Coulthard.
Stockport's Mark Branson has strongly advocated for the uptake of precision agriculture for years, and last month, his efforts were recognised.
Speaking with newly-retired agent Malcolm Creek is like getting a history lesson about the livestock industry in SA.
Gap years have become a thing of the past for most teenagers now that exotic overseas locations have been closed off but Sam Hughes from Maleny is on the adventure of a lifetime.
SA is leading the pack with innovative young winemakers just under half of the 50 finalists for the 2021 Young Gun of Wine Winemakers Awards hailing from this state.
The early popularity of Coopers Fresh in Kapunda is proving that launching a business in the midst of a pandemic can be a prosperous venture.