Country Hour South Australia
The Country Hour, Friday 9 October 201510/08/15
Taking advice from New Zealand on food safety and agriculture, small block irrigators five years on, seasonal variations embraced in Coonawarra and the rising black market for abalone.
The Country Hour, Thursday 8 October 2015
Defining free range egg production, the future of communities following Alinta Energy's closure, trials on the financial competitiveness of goat meat and could the micro pig be the new pet?
The Country Hour, Wednesday 7 October 2015
Reaction to the Trans Pacific Partnership, the Streaky Bay community gathers in the face of a tough year for farming and wool brokers report a growing interest in non-mulesed wool with premiums possible, if it's nice quality.
The Country Hour, Tuesday 6th October 2015
The weekend scorcher had a dramatic impact on crops, no cotton at Tandou Farm for the first time in five years, worries about a new strain of calicivirus and seaweed harvesting will only happen with scientific backing.
Country Hour for Monday 5 October, 2015
CFS assistant chief officer Rob Sanford on three total fire bans across SA, Germany has become the latest country in Europe to ban the cultivation of genetically modified crops, Oxford University researchers have shed new light on how plants cope with...
The Country Hour, Friday 2nd October 2015
More on the GM cropping debate, boosting productivity in the date industry, attempts return to cut marine sanctuary zones and Oysterfest heats up for the long weekend
Country Hour for Thursday 1 October, 2015
Mixed reviews as South Australia marks the first anniversary of marine park sanctuary zones coming into force, state government grant to fund horticulture training at Sundrop Farms in Port Augusta, as the National Broadband Network satellite known as...
The Country Hour, Wednesday 30th September 2015
Reforms of cattle levies and drought loan rollout on Livestock SAs wish list, miners and investors nervous after share market losses, optimism among winemakers on the industry's future and the honeymoon which sparked a gin business!
The Country Hour, Monday 28 September 2015
Calls for an inquiry to save the Murray Darling Basin, agriculture lessons - what's working in WA? Honouring women in wine at new awards and the Kilfera field days at Ivanhoe.
The Country Hour, Friday 25 September 20015
Wine industry woes, forward planning critical for farmers, making innovative ideas a reality and an optimistic outlook for canola growers.
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The death of the family farm has long been mooted, with the number of family-run properties in Australia dropping by three quarters, over the past 70 years.
The Country Hour, Wednesday 23 September 2015
Jobs and production down at the Uley Graphite site, why creating drought resistant wheat is almost impossible and the need for farmers to be mentally and fiscally resilient in the face of a changing climate
The Country Hour, Tuesday 22 September 2015
No forestry minister disappoints industry, jobs created with an expansion to Lenswood Apples and Australia and Indonesia close to agreeing on yearly export cattle quotas
The Country Hour, Monday 21 September 2015
Turnbull's cabinet reshuffle delivers Riverland Senator portfolio win, new technology to monitor and improve soil health, record price paid for a dorper ram in NSW and the narrow headed bee species discovered in the outback
Country Hour for Friday 19 September, 2015
Brett Worthington and Carmen Brown co-hosting from the Riverland Field Days. Citrus and nut growers and lobby groups discussing the state of their industries, SA's first citrus grower to nut his trees, the 'insectarium' creating a resort for insects...
The Country Hour, Thursday 17 September 2015
Calls for the new PM to reinstate a Forestry Minister, the rise of the ethical food movement and a global emergency when it comes to fish stocks.
The Country Hour, Wednesday 16 September 2015
Water policy moves to Agriculture Minister, but not everyone is happy, a lack of rain stops a New South Wales station from planting a cotton crop this year and a map drawn up for the future of sheep industries
The Country Hour, Tuesday 15 September 2015
How will changes to the Liberal leadership affect rural Australia? The nation's commodity forecaster says the value of Australian agricultural production is expected to remain strong and an environmental project attracts the attention of local...
Country Hour for Monday 14 September, 2015
The Federal Government says there is nothing it can do about the high cost of irrigation water in the Murray-Darling Basin this season, drought in India and demand overseas for high quality lentils has the crop trading at close to $1000 a tonne -...
Country Hour for Friday 11 September 2015
Brett Worthington and Caroline Winter broadcasting from the Royal Adelaide Show with a live scone bake off with Linda Bertram and Lyn Brew from the Country Women's Association, judging cakes with Felicity Brake, Maureen Talbot from Anara Anglo...
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