What got Australian agriculture to where it is today will not suffice for the future it needs to build.
With the season looking problematical for a fair portion of the state, a close, hard look at finance costs is warranted.
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.
I OFTEN cast my mind forward to 2024, when the Murray-Darling Basin Plan's water recovery process is meant to be finalised.
For some farmers, this year is already a write-off. Clouds of dust are more common than rain clouds, paddocks sown to crops remain bare and more and more livestock is being sold just to help producers make it through.
I HAD a wonderful childhood, growing up on a farm, enjoying the open space and clean air. There's nothing more I could've wanted - or so I thought.
THE Royal Adelaide Show can be chaos - a thousand flashing lights, sounds and announcements all trying to attract your attention, not to mention the people walking everywhere, in all directions, all the time.
Roll-over protection devices will be made mandatory on all new quad bikes within 24 months. Do you support the move, or think safety efforts should be concentrated elsewhere?
Do you think lower costs would help attract more commercial kangaroo harvesters to enter the sector?
The SA government has responded to the Royal Commission into the Murray-Darling Basin Plan, and we want to know - did they get it right?
Demand for drought support is expected to skyrocket in coming weeks, as seasonal conditions worsen in many areas of the state. Do you think more assistance should be offered to those affected?
RURAL organisations including the NFF are urging the federal government to help fund the development of a new vaccine for Q fever. Do we need a new vaccine?