Stock Journal looks back to the start of 1977, when the Australian Farm Management Society's annual conference was held at Gawler, SA yearling sales made record prices, and visitors came from as far as New Zealand and the United States to attend a national display of the latest sheep handling and wool harvesting equipment, held at the Waite Agricultural Research Institute in Adelaide.
Calls for fox bounties and government assistance as foxes inflict a heavy toll on some South Australian farming regions.
Invasive species have cost the Australian economy almost $400 billion and farmers will continue to suffer the consequences unless more money is invested into stopping their spread.
The latest in storage shed technology from Entegra has been at the heart of the successful haymaking business Gardiner Bros in the New South Wales Riverina.
FARMER Allen Kelly is urging sheep producers to get on the front foot when it comes to the mulesing debate.
A North American developer of canola genetics has received a boost with a suite of its traits being classified non-GM by the USDA.