Jabuk artist Trent Stewart has donated scrap metal art pieces to two drought-affected towns in SA, with plans for more.
Agrilink's Mick Faulkner said farmers needed to identify frost susceptibility zones across paddocks and adjust management strategies accordingly.
Two months since the devastating KI bushfires started, locals have stressed the importance of a review into native vegetation management.
In the month of February 1995, studs across the state opened their gates to visitors during Beef Field Days. That year also brought farmers some tough conditions after limited rainfall the year before had set up another difficult year. What farmers did not know at the time, was that the drought would continue.
Nampara Angus stud had one of the pick sales for SA Angus Week with a total clearance and lift in average of more than $1500.
GREATER access to a local network of mental health professionals was highlighted as a priority by attendees at drought forums in the pastoral areas and Eyre Peninsula last week.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of SA wool producers AJ&PA McBride, with the history of the family-owned company documented in a book written by Kristin Weidenbach, which was launched this week.
A convoy of nearly 30 trucks, laden with donated hay, travelled from Mount Gambier to Cape Jervis to deliver fodder to bushfire-ravaged farmers on Kangaroo Island.
Pricey rock lobster markets are the "canary in the coal mine" for Australian food producers - and they're fallen off the perch
The family which paid $80 million for Victoria's Telopea Downs in 2018 celebrates a centenary of wool industry survival and success