Most agribusiness owners have a longer term vision of what they are trying to achieve. The ones that don't may not be in the game for the long haul.
The Gauge | Tom Marland says to prevent bushfires you have to understand the landscape and the climate.
In the days of farming as a "lifestyle", the idea of having someone from outside the business giving suggestions and advice was, in the most part, a foreign concept.
Politicians love declaring national parks but hate spending enough money so they don't become havens for bushfires.
As Primary Producers SA executive chair Rob Kerin looks back on 2019, he sees a year where drought took its toll on a large number of producers.
The saying "we have two ears and one mouth for a reason" is well-known, and is a very good maxim to live your life by, in my view.
Opposition primary industries spokesperson Eddie Hughes talks about the year that was and his visions for 2020.
The livestock sector received a much-needed funding boost last year, with several crucial initiatives earning government support.
Primary Industries and Regional Development Tim Whetstone talks about the year that was and his visions for 2020.