Grain Producers SA and Livestock SA are partnering to host a joint industry conference this year, called GROWING SA.
TWELVE months after it was launched, the South Australian Sheep Industry Blueprint is on track to deliver its overarching aim of a 20 per cent increase in productivity and value in the state’s sheep industry by 2020.
Increasing recognition of the rights of grain producers as landowners is at the centre of Grain Producers SA’s submission to the State Government’s review of mining laws in South Australia.
Grain Producers SA has welcomed the State Government’s decision to instruct the Essential Services Commission of SA to review South Australian bulk grain supply chain costs on behalf of grain producers.
DIVERSIFYING their business helped South East dairyfarmers Lorraine and Brian Robertson remain in the industry when dairy giants Murray Goulburn and Fonterra dropped prices to below the cost of production in 2016.
All primary producers are encouraged to have their say on road transport issues constraining productivity and route access as part of the second stage of the 90-day [email protected] Transport Project.
THE number of applications for funding from the South Australian Grain Industry Trust (SAGIT) continues to grow, with a record 49 applications for research projects in 2017.
A unique new book about rabbits in Australia called ‘Those Wild Rabbits - How They Shaped Australia’, authored by writer and conservationist Bruce Munday, is about to be launched, and the Foundation for Rabbit Free Australia’s (RFA) is pleased to be a sponsor.
SOUTH Australian growers will have access to a huge range of research and farm management information on soils as the South Australian Grain Industry Trust and leading SA farming systems groups form part of a new Co-operative Research Centre (CRC).
Grain Producers Australia (GPA) says reports of insurance no longer being available to contract harvesters due to fire risk are exaggerated, following a meeting between GPA’s Grains Policy Council, GRDC, Australian Custom Harvesters (ACH) and representatives of major insurance providers to explore the issue.