Throughout five generations, the Dabinetts have maintained a uniformed attitude to farming, and although each generation made its own stamp on the family enterprise, a diversified and dynamic approach has remained.
Carrying on a rich tradition of excelling with sheep and tourism in a region many would call harsh, Pandurra Station's Bruce and Julie Nutt, via Port Augusta, consider themselves lucky to live in the area.
DUSTING off an old tow behind padfoot roller was part of an innovative trial that has seen Mic Wadewitz drastically improve crop growth on non-wetting sandy rises at Brinkley.
GOOD old-fashioned hard work, a family-first attitude and a willingness to move with the winds of farming industry change are the driving forces behind the Galpin family's burgeoning stud and commercial livestock enterprise Warrawindi Farms, centred around Penola in the state's Lower South East.
Mallee blacksmith John Kendall has been honing his skills for more than eight years, and says he has seen a resurgence in demand for quality, long-lasting metal pieces.
OFF-SHEARS sales at Lameroo, Bordertown and Naracoorte feature prominently in this week's Flashback Friday, where we take a look through the November 1993 pages of Stock Journal.
Fruit and veg industry representatives say SA remains well-placed to cover the unprecedented demand because of the corona virus situation.
Though not designed with a global pandemic in mind, a live stream selling platform installed at the Southern Livestock Exchange, Mount Compass, could prove a useful tool for Pro-Stock Livestock.
THE state government has announced there will be four pupil-free days prior to the Easter holiday break.
DROUGHT-affected areas in the Far North and pastoral areas of the state are starting to see the effects of good rain for the start of 2020, with many graziers starting to rebuild their herds.