The first of 1200 Pacific Islander workers have arrived in "the nick of time" to help the state's citrus crop make it to market.
A "stocktake" of water services in regional and remote SA is needed as a "matter of priority" says the SA Council of Social Service.
AFTER setting a world record with its inaugural online sale last year, Wagyu-stud Mayura has lifted the bar even higher
For Trevor Thorpe, Rillamead, Meadows, successful dairyfarming comes down to two key principles - breeding and feeding.
GM crop technology was up for debate, milestones passed for the Wayback Football Club and Carrieton, and water allocations were at risk.
AN ESTIMATED $1 billion in profit is being lost in the sheep industry because marking rates have not reached scanning rates.
THE state's first confirmed clinical case of a deadly tick disease has been detected in a dog living in the state's north
Producers want to know how much it would cost to launch an electronic tagging system for sheep nationally?