NEW season sucker lambs have started to flow into the SA Livestock Exchange at Dublin in recent weeks.
CREATING more edges in a paddock is a tool for boosting performance and soil health, according to livestock consultant Dick Richardson.
THE SA government’s moratorium on genetically-modified crops is hurting the hip pockets of the state’s farmers, according to Grain Producers SA chairman Wade Dabinett.
LIVESTOCK are a focus for Paul Carey, Talieka Pastoral, Kaldoonera, near Cungena, unlike many of his neighbours.
DESPITE recent downturns in the mining and resources sector, the industry still has an exciting future, according to resource experts.
Eyre Peninsula is known to have some of the world's most beautiful beaches and bountiful oceans.
EP farmer Andrew Hentschke has had phenomenal results after using BS1000 wetter on his sandy rises, more than doubling yields in poorer areas.
CATCHING up with a farmer on the EP last week I mentioned that it's a great time to be reporting on ag, with plenty of good news about.
TRAVELLING across the Eyre Peninsula, there is not much cropping ground that does not look superb.
THERE were 230 cattle yarded at the Mount Pleasant market on Thursday, October 19, with steers making to $1660.
- THERE were 5662 lambs and 1006 mutton sold at Ouyen, Vic, on Thursday last week, for a total yarding of 6668.
- He snuck out of camp to rush German machine guns alone.
- THEY might have a few bumps and blemishes, but this season’s apples and pears are as tasty as ever.
- MOVES are underway to try to resolve ongoing shortages in the Australian agricultural workforce, by overcoming “speculation” about the actual causes by generating current and reliable data.
- A change in the nomenclature regarding what is currently known as feed barley is needed according to Grain Growers.
- As revenue from SA's food and wine sector hits record levels, Spring Gully Foods is celebrating a remarkable financial turnaround.
- PREMIER Steven Marshall’s Cabinet lineup contains a few surprises, with Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone taking the primary industries portfolio.
- A GROWING kangaroo population and falling numbers of field harvesters have raised concerns, particularly in the pastoral areas.
- Beef leads the way on FMDs, with 50pc jump in three years
- At Stock Journal we're looking back through 2015 at some of our favourite pictures of the year. Here are Paula Thompson's pictures.
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