INVESTING in technology such as electronic ear tags and a ClipEx mobile sheep handler is helping to improve the Larwood family's Merino flock at Buckleboo on the upper Eyre Peninsula.
The concept of cutting back our red meat consumption is frequently mentioned in the climate change debate. Is this fair?
SA could move into position as a global leader in dryland agriculture, following a partnership between the state government and the University of Adelaide.
Mid North farmer Natalie Sommerville said spending time in the awards spotlight recently had been a different but rewarding experience and one she continues to build upon.
August 1996 was a busy month in SA's rural sector, with B&S Balls, the EP Field Days and ram sales just some of the events happening that month. Take a scroll back through the archives and see if you can spot any familiar faces!
Ridgway Advance Poll Merino stud's annual on-property auction at Bordertown set a blistering pace from the first lot ensuring a lift of more than $300 in average.
Australian Precision Ag Laboratory celebrated a new lab and equity partners a gala dinner in Glenelg on Friday.
Australia's red meat industry must learn from the mistake of the dairy industry and protect the word meat from being used by laboratory-grown substitutes through better labelling laws.
CHINA is searching for more dairy product and Australian Jersey dairyfarmers could be the major beneficiaries, a recent trade mission to the region has heard.