Special limited edition MiniJumbuk quilts are raising funds for farmers in need.
CURNAMONA Station's shearing shed completed its 100th shearing this month. In the past 20 years alone, more than 400,000 sheep have been shorn under its roof.
UNIVERSITY students from throughout SA, all studying key science, technology, engineering or maths subject areas, will benefit from scholarships designed to boost the state's skills and research base.
TOUR groups are being given a chance to see some of the Coorong's best kept secrets, as 10 farmers open their gates to share their life on the land.
WHEN fourth-generation Kimba region farmer Dion Woolford looks back at the enterprise of his great-grandfather Ern Woolford, he is struck by the similarities to their present day operation.
CELEBRATIONS to commemorate Georgetown's 150th birthday attracted a big crowd from far and wide, including many former residents who live interstate.
Mutooroo Pastoral Company is firmly entwined in the history of SA's pastoral industry, last year celebrating 150 years of operation in the north east of the state. The Morgan family are just as excited about the next 150.
The McMahon family's McPiggery business began on 3200 hectares at Kulkami in the 1970s, and has since expanded to employ 30 people and cover almost 18,000ha.
Working together as a tight-knit family has proven to be very successful for the Corrells, who run a significant cropping enterprise on the Yorke Peninsula.