Primary Producers SA and two of its commodity group members in Grain Producers SA, and Livestock SA have responded to news that reform to SA’s Mining Act has stalled by again calling for an independent review to be commissioned.
Livestock SA today welcomed the State Government announcement of $7.5 million into South Australia’s red meat sector in a bid to grow productivity in the industry and further strengthen biosecurity.
The 2019 GROWING SA Conference promises to be the biggest yet, with a new format set to provide delegates with farm business, research and policy information relevant to South Australia’s grain and livestock industries.
Livestock SA has welcomed the election of South Australian producer John Falkenhagen as President of the Goat Industry Council of Australia (GICA) and Peter Lauterbach as Treasurer.
Livestock SA has welcomed the re-election of Amanda Giles to the Board of the Cattle Council of Australia (CCA).
A blueprint to guide the growth and development of the South Australian beef industry by more than $200 million per year has been launched this morning at the Growing SA annual conference at Hahndorf.
Registrations are open for the second GROWING SA conference, featuring an exciting line-up of speakers, including Minister for Primary Industries Tim Whetstone, and receiving huge support from industry sponsors.
South Australian livestock producers are being encouraged to consider nominating for the Livestock SA board.
South Australia’s only forum to debate grains and livestock advocacy, research and farm business issues is back.
Livestock SA has welcomed today’s announcement by Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development Tim Whetstone that the State Government will deliver the equivalent of two full time wild dog trappers to protect South Australia’s $4.7 billion livestock industry.