STORM affected producers have been urged to seek assistance from Rural Business Support, with heavy rainfall, flooding and damaging winds impacting on many farmers and rural businesses across South Australia.
Primary Producers SA has today released a survey for producers to provide more information on how they would move machinery wider than 4 metres if it were part of the new night movement permits system.
The Australian Grain Growers’ Co-operative (AGG Co-op) has this week welcomed Richard Konzag as its newest board member at its AGM held after the Hart Field Day on Tuesday September 20.
About 100 producers and industry stakeholders have attended the Livestock SA Update & AGM and the first SA Cattle Producers Forum today at Hahndorf.
Young sheep farmers in South Australia’s Mid North are benefiting from an innovative new program driving technology adoption on farm.
Growers are urged to monitor crops and apply fungicides as soon as practically possible following a number of reports of barley leaf rust and wheat stripe and leaf rusts across Victoria and South Australia.
A creative 'grains parody' and 'high flying barley' clip promoting the Australian grains industry have been awarded $1000 each in the 2016 Seed to Store YouTube Clip Competition.
The Australian Association of Stud Merino Breeders is tonight launching a new campaign highlighting the profitability of Merinos as the ultimate dual-purpose breed and encouraging producers to increase Merino breeding ewe numbers in their enterprise mix.
Livestock SA will host its first South Australian Cattle Producers Forum next week, in conjunction with its Annual General Meeting at Hahndorf.
Primary producers wanting to move machinery less than 4 metres wide at night can now apply for a permit as a result of the government-industry transport partnership project.