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Mixed bag as harvest rolls on

Growers across the region are in the paddocks, bringing in this year’s crop and while many would be satisfied with what is coming in,...

Clare’s cattle camp champion crowned

A Mid North local has taken out one of the top prizes at an important interstate agricultural show. Clare local Ally Peter attended The Murray...

Locals honoured at livestock awards

The Southern Australia Livestock Research Council (SALRC) has recognised industry specialists in the mid north in their 2023 awards. Sevenhill’s Deb Scammell was recognised in...

Hay making way back to China

After a less than ideal growing season last year, things are getting better and better for local hay growers with timely weather conditions for...

balancing risk and reward on farm

Balancing risk and reward on-farm is something most farmers do regularly. Whether they stop to think about it or not, it is most likely...

Future of ag up in the air

Horizon Christian School students in Balaklava got a taste of technology they could be using in the future in the field of agriculture as...

Why farmers grow hay

The 2023 hay season is rapidly approaching and after the last couple of years of rather stressful hay production I thought it was time...

Hands on ‘Hart’, with grain industry opportunity on offer

Hart Field-Site Group (Hart) in the Mid North is offering the chance for post graduates with an interest in a career in applied grains...

Over the fence: A rave on about crows

The Pride of South Australia with Paul Taylor Crows are a familiar sight in the countryside. They are widespread all over Australia, and it would be...

Cape Tulip to return this spring

Did you notice cape tulip popping up in your paddock last year? This pretty, but toxic weed can stay dormant in the soil for 5-10...

European wasp sightings reported in Clare

A tourist travelling through Clare was recently greeted by more than he bargained for, with European wasps reportedly invading a number of public spaces...