Tag: land

‘Think before you spray’

Adry May, but with good June rains expected, has most grain producers across the state currently dry seeding.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regions...

Golden bee celebration

May is a big month for bees, with yesterday (May 20) marking World Bee Day as well as a month-long celebration of honey.
The celebration...

Growers prepare for future

Preparing wine grape growers for future droughts - and climate change impacts - will be the focus of the upcoming GrowStrong program, to be...

Grazing land set to be sold

Acontract has recently been written for the sale of a Tantanoola grazing property.
A local farming operation is understood to have made a multi-million-dollar offer...

Meat exports continue to rise

Despite an early Easter, red meat exports in March rose 9% from last year to 182,480 tonnes, making this past month the largest March...

Grain prices strong

Despite a favourable start to the 2023-24 season, below average late winter and spring rainfall in all grain producing areas limited yield potential in...

eNVD system enhanced

The enhanced eNVD system now more accessible.
Integrity Systems Company (ISC), a subsidiary of Meat & Livestock Australia, has upgraded the electronic National Vendor Declaration...

Grass is greener in South Australia

Experienced beef industry manager James Sage has joined Thomas Foods International to head up operations at the company’s Southern Cross Feedlot.
Mr Sage has relocated...

Builders step up to challenge

Tradesmen across the region are experiencing a decline in demand for their services as the rate of houses being built slows from peak pandemic...

Lamb dynamic shifts

Lamb prices have jumped all over the place in the last couple months from the lowest prices in recent memory to the highest prices...

Sector growth identified

AState of the Industry report on vegetable and fresh produce production is set to be developed by AUSVEG SA.
The report will identify supply chain...

Rural students supported

Applications are open for students in remote and regional areas to access up to $5000 in scholarship grants through the E.W. Stevens Trust Fund.
The...

Dairy day delight

The annual Dairy SA Ladies Lunch last week brought together around 60 women in the dairy industry including farmers, producers, service providers and Dairy...

Birds of prey rise

Australia’s only vulture, and a fearsome extinct eagle, are among the earliest recorded birds of prey from the Pleistocene period more than 50,000 years...

Varroa mite in sights

Anew advisory committee has been established in response to the threat of varroa destructor to the South Australian bee industry. Varroa destructor is a distinctive...