Opportunity ripe for accelerated reproduction strategies - but plan well
A 70pc leap in water costs, softer global almond prices and supermarket house brand competition combined to shave about $2.6 million Select Harvests half-year profit
AN interstate traveller has received a conviction and fine after challenging their expiation notice for breaking the SA's strict biosecurity laws, after bringing prohibited fruit into the state.
WELL-KNOWN Parachilna watering hole, the Prairie Hotel, is packing its cooking basket with feral antipasto and kangaroo burgers and heading to Adelaide for the winter.
More than 1,000 people a day are visiting the Marshall Liberal Government's new jobs website targeting unemployed South Australians to get involved in seasonal work in agriculture, such as fruit picking or grape harvesting.
Top sportspeople do a lot of 'one percenters' and by the time they add all these together it makes a huge difference. Good sheep operators are no different.
Migrants feel safe in SA's regions, but want better access to tertiary education and healthcare, a new report has found.
After a barley crop proved too short to harvest, mixed farmer Neil Loffler, Narrabri, Stonefield, decided to lamb into the standing crop, and has reaped the benefits.