REPORTER: "Joan Hill"
Maitland is host club for the Northern Yorke Peninsula Bowling Association’s 2018-19 season, and accommodated the opening day on a perfect Sunday afternoon, September 16.
Organisers of the first Bowls Fest are thrilled with the results of the event, held across Yorke Peninsula from Sunday to Thursday, September 16-20.
With winter sports gear washed and away for next season, bowls took over with a vengeance on the weekend.
PRIMARY Producers SA has welcomed several of the initiatives and delivered pre-election promises in the new state government’s first budget.
CONFIDENCE in the lamb market was reflected at the Jandebrey White Suffolk sale, as producers were keen to add quality stock to their flocks.
AN independent review is being held into the state’s ban on genetically-modified crops, which is in place until 2025.
SNAIL activity is in the spotlight near Urania as the South Australian Research and Development Institute monitors the pests 24/7 using time-lapse cameras and microclimate data loggers.
LOCAL agronomist Sam Trengove was part of a panel discussion at the Grains Research and Development Corporation Farm Business Update in Glenelg late last month.
A BIG crowd gathered at the Michael family’s Leahcim Poll Merino ram sale at Snowtown on Tuesday, September 11, and obviously liked what they saw.