The State Government is investing $1.8 million in three new industry initiatives to help increase wine sales, visitor numbers and create jobs.
A scheme designed to increase irrigation efficiency and return water to the River Murray has reached a new milestone.
A new feeding strategy for yellowtail kingfish has delivered rapid results and the potential for a $2 million boost for the state’s industry.
A State Government grant for a new milk processing facility in Penola will give the South East’s dairy sector a much needed boost.
The State Government will invest $2.5 million in a state-of-the-art cheese processing facility which will create more than 60 new jobs and boost dairy production in the Murray and Mallee.
South Australia's food and wine revenue has hit a record $18.64 billion and 3400 jobs have been created in the past year, data released today shows.
Two hundred sheep industry delegates from Russia, Argentina, Uruguay, South Africa, Lesotho, Ghana, New Zealand and Australia will be at the Royal Adelaide Show this week as part of the World Merino Insight conference.
Minister for Justice Michael Keenan and South Australian Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries Leon Bignell today announced that Category C assistance for primary producers would be extended to the local government area of Mid Murray following the storm of November 2016.
The State Government has established a hotline for primary producers impacted by floods over recent days.
Some of South Australia’s best wines will take centre stage at an event in Singapore today.
The State Government has congratulated Beston Global Food Company on the launch of its premium new cheese - created to help local dairy farmers.
Additional funding for South Australia’s first artificial oyster reef will see new job opportunities and economic benefits for the Yorke Peninsula region through fishing and tourism.
After extensive consultation, new rules for recreational fishing in South Australia - including changes to fishing limits for 26 species - will come into effect from 1 December 2016.
South Australian dairy farmers are being encouraged to register their interest in new Dairy Recovery Concessional Loans.
South Australian dairy farmers who are suffering from a damaging drop in milk prices now have access to the Federal Government’s Dairy Recovery Concessional loans.
The State Government is responding to detections of the exotic pest - Russian wheat aphid – which has been found in cereal crops in the State’s mid-north.
A random roadblock will be held in the Riverland in the lead up to the Easter long weekend in order to help keep South Australia fruit fly free.
Farmers in South Australia will soon be able to apply to become a registered poppy producer with State Government regulations coming into effect today (Friday, September 16).
Nearly three tonnes of fresh produce will be exported from Adelaide to Qatar for the first time today, giving local growers a new opportunity to reach international markets.
As South Australians rally behind local dairy farmers, the Fleurieu Milk Company today is celebrating 10 years of success.
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