Country Hour South Australia
Country Hour Wednesday 2nd September 201509/02/15
Minnipa Ag Centre celebrates a 100 year milestone, wheat yields and cheap grain overseas conspiring to cut global wheat prices, investigations into how informal volunteers fit into emergency management plans and olive harvest is over leaving growers...
Country Hour Tuesday 1st September 2015
The SA Country Hour broadcasting from AFAC15, a gathering of emergency services, researchers and authorities from across Australia and New Zealand
Country Hour Monday 31 August 2015
Livestock SA membership doubles in a year, meat marketing company Sanger cracks the big time, warmer weather set to bring an early start to wine grape picking season, and thrills and spills at a mines emergency rescue competition.
Country Hour Friday 28 August 2015
Capping water buybacks closer to becoming law, rangeland goat prices through the roof, rock lobster fishers welcome unchanged quotas and what do you do with 30 tonnes of squid waste?
The Country Hour, Thursday 27 August 2015
Adelaide hearing on water buybacks, mining companies make changes to stay profitable, a wetter than average spring for SA and quail hunters bag an average number of birds.
Country Hour for Wednesday 26 August 2015
Food producers push for an export hub at the RAAF Edinburgh base, super fund buys into the almond industry, canola yield forecasts revised and calls for more research into a popular rabbit bait.
Country Hour for Tuesday 25 August, 2015
South Australian food processor enters a deal with Thailand's largest private company, Trade Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith on transitioning the state's economy away from manufacturing and mining, market analysts on the impact of share market declines...
Country Hour for Monday 24 August, 2015
The options for the tax rebate enjoyed by some wine producers, more rights for farmers to stop mining expansions and urban sprawl, wool volumes tipped to tumble and the Italian bank that loans money against cheese!
Country Hour for Monday 17 August 2015
Exports of Australian dairy heifers fall 60 per cent, calls for grain growers to consider putting lambs on their struggling crops, SA Mallee pistachio crops benefitting from cold winter nights, Australian farmers less competitive than their...
Country Hour for Friday 14 August, 2015
Australian wool enjoying another surge in prices, robust discussions in shearing sheds, footy ovals and the local pub as the South Australian wool team nominations get finalised, Southern Australia set to be the winners in a new export cattle...
Country Hour for Wednesday 5 August, 2015
A new drought coordinator is on the ground to promote new federal assistance packages, the nations largest manufacturer of oats products set to increase exports and the future of the timber industry in the mid-north hangs in the balance
Country Hour for Tuesday 4 August, 2015
The state government releases its EOI into the mid-north forests region, a vineyard expansion for a Barossa winery, the deepening divide over Australian Sheep Breeding Values and knowing where the wool in your clothes come from.
Country Hour for Friday 31 July, 2015
The south-east doctor who set up a Q fever vaccination station in a pub, wines made from centuries old Barossa grape vines on show to encourage Taiwan drinkers, water flows into an internationally significant wetland and researchers uncover the...
Country Hour for Thursday 30 July, 2015
Calls for more to be done on regional mental health, South Australia's rock lobster management advisory committee is back, grain farmers consider their options including looking to grazing cattle and the flour from the Flinders filling international...
Wednesday 29 July, 2015
The time zone debate ranges across SA, a worker-farmer poultry cooperative needs government funding, why a Q fever vaccine may not protect against the disease and a top wine gong for a McLaren Vale winemaker.
Country Hour for Tuesday 28 July, 2015
Food fraud on the rise, the fate of regional people revealed in a new health report, the program to help farmers shift heavy machinery and how a grooming trap could help fight feral cats
Country Hour for Monday 27 July, 2015
Dairy deal to export infant milk formula to China, a rise in people getting Q fever tests and vaccinations and debate surrounding whether foxes should remain a declared pest.
SA Country Hour Fri 24 July
Meat processing plants targeting the export market are being hit by industrial action involving meat inspectors and vets employed by the Federal Agriculture Department and the Community and the Public Sector Union is fighting what it says is a...
SA Country Hour Thurs 23 July
Nuffield scholar, Robert Egerton Warburton speaking at the Grasslands Society of Southern Australia Conference in Naracoorte on some of the challenges wool growers face and how they could overcome them; Three forward thinking producers share their...
Country Hour for Wednesday 22 July, 2015
Grain growers in the southern cropping region are being warned that frost damage could again be of concern, come flowering time. A leading wine real estate expert says South Australian vineyard land values have largely recovered from historical lows....
- Adelaide, SA