POLL | Do you believe freight subsidies in the eastern states are partly to blame for SA's high hay prices?
SA's compulsory acquisition laws do not adequately recognise the impacts on farmers, two South East producers say. Do you think the legislation should be reviewed?
Frost and a lack of soil moisture are forcing some graingrowers to switch to hay production. Have you been forced to make the change?
The state government's independent review of SA's moratorium on GM crops has the support of graingrowers and the opposition, but will it result in a lifting of the ban?
AS NEW Zealand moves to ban the practice of mulesing, some Australian producers say it's a sign we're falling further behind on the global stage.
The state budget has been warmly welcomed by many of SA's key agricultural leaders. Do you share their view?
Opposition agriculture spokesperson Eddie Hughes claims the state government is not doing enough to help drought-affected SA farmers. Do you agree?