In this week's The Gauge, Tom Marland says agriculture can light the path to not only economic recovery but long-term economic sustainability.
Normally, I would have been a bit dismissive of the term 'fear of missing out', or FOMO, as it's known, but the ongoing coronavirus situation puts this into stark reality.
I DON'T envy the government's role of deciding what's an essential service and what's not, but agriculture must make the cut.
SA croppers are facing even more uncertainty, with the legal barriers to growing genetically-modified crops being removed on January 1.
EVEN after seeing General Motors scale back production and then eventually close its Holden plant at Elizabeth, I never really thought the writing was on the wall for the entire Holden brand.
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.
SA rural property agents remain optimistic that farmland values will hold up despite the coronavirus outbreak. Do you agree?
The state government is introducing a $120 bounty for each wild dog shot by drought-affected landholders south of the Dog Fence.
This week, Labor announced its policy to reach zero net emissions by 2050. What do you think of the plan?
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.