Many farmers I know believe they are risk averse, but quite a few people outside agriculture tend to think the opposite.
AMID Treasurer Rob Lucas's "hard hat, hi-vis budget", there's one set of figures I can't ignore - the downward trajectory of expenditure within PIRSA.
Livestock processing isn't just returning to Murray Bridge, it's likely returning in a form we haven't seen before.
THIS has been an exciting time for the sheep industry, with saleyard records falling at a pace we could barely keep up with, and state records also being set three weeks in a row.
READING through comments from the SA farmers that completed our election survey, it's clear there's an awful lot of dissatisfaction with our political process.
SORELY-NEEDED improvements to SA's Dog Fence have progressed closer to becoming a reality, with the federal government allocating $10 million towards the $25m total repair bill.
THOMAS Foods International could be processing beef again in SA by the end of next year, with some in the industry hoping the extra buying competition could boost prices.
Viterra says the upcountry sites it is closing represent less than 2pc of total receivals, but we want to know - will you be affected?
THE federal election result shocked many experts, so this week we're asking - were you surprised by the result?
While SA has received widespread rain in May, is it enough to be considered a season break in your area?