History is littered with stories of people who have achieved great things after being told the idea they proposed was impossible.
For far too long our graingrowers have been held back by the GM ban and it's time that we caught up with the rest of the country, Tim Whetstone says.
WHAT a week's it's been for the genetically-modified crop debate here in SA - it's been a bit like watching a tennis match.
I will always have enormous admiration and respect for our volunteer firefighters, both those at the Country Fire Service and those who front up with their own fire units.
While we don't want to be encouraging people out of agriculture, we need to acknowledge the number of farmers who will be thinking seriously about whether to keep going or make a change.
When we live in one of the world's most privileged and developed countries, how can country people still face 12 months' wait to see a psychologist in their local area?
As we entered the spring ram selling season, I really wasn't sure what to expect, but I'll be the first one to admit I wouldn't have bet on there being so many stud records and significant average price rises
I SHOULD be well and truly prepared by now, but the start of harvest still takes me by surprise every year.
Do you think the state government should have introduced legislation to scrap the GM moratorium, rather than using a ministerial regulation?
POLL: With records tumbling at last week's first-cross ewe sales, people all across the industry are asking just how high prices could reach.
AUSTRALIAN Pork Limited is calling on the federal government to co-ordinate a nationwide feral pig cull, as African swine fever continues to spread. Do you agree with APL's call?
The state government says its changes to the Mining Act 1971 will give landholders more rights, but crossbenchers and farming groups believe the opposite to be the case. Where do you stand?