SOIL health is key to improving the resilience of grazing businesses, according to agroecologist and soil fertility specialist David Hardwick.
Livestock SA’s annual summer meeting has drawn another high-profile guest speaker this year, with Cattle Council of Australia CEO Margo Andrae confirmed to attend the forthcoming industry event at Robe on Friday, February 9.
Sheep Producers Australia has appointed two independent directors to its skills-based Board – Chris Mirams in the capacity of Executive Chair and Dr Anne Astin as an independent, non-executive director, who will Chair the Audit and Risk Committee.
GRAIN Producers SA will sponsor two female grain producers to attend the Thriving Women 2018 conference at Hahndorf on February 19 and 20.
Sheep Producers Australia has selected 14 participants to be part of its Sheep Industry Leadership Program, to be run in 2018.
The Board of Grain Producers SA has appointed Professor Wendy Umberger as an independent director, taking the Board to its full complement of nine members.
Family businesses in South Australia’s grains industry will be better equipped to grow and create jobs through the rollout of the Grains Industry Farm Business Strategic Review – a partnership between Rural Business Support (RBS), Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA), Grain Producers SA (GPSA) and the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC).
Primary Producers SA (PPSA) wants the March State Election to be a time when the huge contribution to the SA economy of food, wine and fibre is acknowledged with action to help improve the competitiveness of the sector.
Exhibitors at LambEx 2018 will have access to the largest event space yet – with 5500 square metres of display space at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Sheep Producers Australia (SPA) is extending the opportunity for producers and supply chain members to provide feedback on the proposed lamb definition change by an extra week - with the new deadline at Wednesday 6 December 2017.