After a tumultuous start to 2020, what agriculture needs right now is capital - not grants or handouts - but serious investment in everything from farms to infrastructure
What AgTech consultant Brooke Sauer discovered when she found herself well outside of her comfort zone.
Opponents of freight subsidies say they simply inflate the cost of hay, distort the market and have huge flow-on effects that end up hurting other farmers.
THIS year's summer lamb ad has generated a lot of discussion, but unfortunately a lot of this discussion has come from those within the industry.
With Kimba selected as the site of the National Radioactive Waste Management Facility, divisions within the community still run deep.
FOLLOWING any natural disaster, getting aid - especially financial assistance - to everyone in need can be a challenging task.
Debate has raged across the country about who or what is most responsible for the catastrophe we've seen unfold this summer.
AS WE approach the end of another year, it's easy to forget just how many surprises, highlights and challenges 2019 has thrown at us.
With NSW and Vic subsidising the fodder transport costs for their drought or fire-affected farmers, there are again calls for SA to follow suit.
The state government has proposed changes to its wild dog management policy, including setting minimum baiting standards and creating a 35-kilometre buffer zone outside the Dog Fence.
Napandee, a site near Kimba, has been chosen to house the National Radioactive Waste Management Facility. Do you agree with the decision?
With farm firefighting units playing an important role in the Cudlee Creek and Kangaroo Island bushfires, do you think the government should reinstate a key funding program?
In the wake of Kangaroo Island's devastating bushfires, Labor wants to see KI ferry travel subsidised by 30pc, while the government has said it will consider all options to encourage tourism.
In this week's reader poll, we want to know - do you think the recent criticism of Scott Morrison's response to the bushfires is fair, or has the PM been harshly judged for events beyond his control?