Farmers and consultants gathered at Glenelg today for an SA Livestock Consultants update.
August 1996 was a busy month in SA's rural sector, with B&S Balls, the EP Field Days and ram sales just some of the events happening that month. Take a scroll back through the archives and see if you can spot any familiar faces!
FARMER Allen Kelly is urging sheep producers to get on the front foot when it comes to the mulesing debate.
The state's first industrial hemp processing facility is up and running in Bordertown, with hemp oil from Good Country Hemp bound for health food stores and supermarkets within weeks.
CENTRAL Australian icon Jimmy Hayes has spent his life in the beef industry and building the reputation of NT cattle.
INVESTING in technology such as electronic ear tags and a ClipEx mobile sheep handler is helping to improve the Larwood family's Merino flock at Buckleboo on the upper Eyre Peninsula.
Australia's largest family-owned meat processor Thomas Foods International has launched a new livestock certification program, which aims to maintain Australian producers' reputation for supplying the highest quality, ethically-produced beef, sheep and goat meat.
After four years of preparation, Barabba farmers Alex and Georgia Mattschoss are excited to launch Clover Downs Dohnes at their inaugural sale later this month.