THIS week we journey back to October 1999 for our Flashback Friday.
The Yorke Peninsula Field Days saw over 700 exhibitors showcase everything from new harvesters to gardening products.
The Federal Government approved a multi-million dollar restructure package to help dairy farmers manage the impact of deregulation.
SA worked towards a collaborative barley breeding program with Japan.
Greyhounds were racing at the Kulpara Cup, along a 300-metre straight track.
A seminar was held at Bungaree station to discuss the needs of the ageing rural population, with SA Governor Dame Roma Mitchell explaining how beneficial the seminar would be.
Rural Australians were campaigning against Australia becoming a republic.
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