Debate has raged across the country about who or what is most responsible for the catastrophe we've seen unfold this summer.
AS WE approach the end of another year, it's easy to forget just how many surprises, highlights and challenges 2019 has thrown at us.
SA farmers have a lot of friends on North Terrace, if the Upper House debate on the GM bill is anything to go by.
WHAT a week's it's been for the genetically-modified crop debate here in SA - it's been a bit like watching a tennis match.
I will always have enormous admiration and respect for our volunteer firefighters, both those at the Country Fire Service and those who front up with their own fire units.
While we don't want to be encouraging people out of agriculture, we need to acknowledge the number of farmers who will be thinking seriously about whether to keep going or make a change.
FIVE years ago, who could have imagined that a single disease could lead to the destruction of 25 per cent of the global pig population?
When we live in one of the world's most privileged and developed countries, how can country people still face 12 months' wait to see a psychologist in their local area?
As we entered the spring ram selling season, I really wasn't sure what to expect, but I'll be the first one to admit I wouldn't have bet on there being so many stud records and significant average price rises
I SHOULD be well and truly prepared by now, but the start of harvest still takes me by surprise every year.