Cricket bats, shovels and biscuit boxes aren’t exactly materials your everyday guitar is built from, but Port Lincoln local Craig Koen is proving that anything can make music.
“Here, try some,” says Di at the famous Newman’s Horseradish farm in Langhorne Creek. She places a jar of the red-labelled horseradish paste and a barrel full of Jatz crackers before us.
The small and sleepy agricultural town of Cleve in the rural heart of the Eyre Peninsula is probably the last place you’d expect to find trendy raw slices, quinoa salads and turmeric chai teas.
The Tatiara Work Centre in the Limestone Coast has been a welcome sanctuary for often isolated farmers since 1968, when it was first established by a group of regional women looking to promote the use of homegrown goods.
Thomas Foods International will invest several hundred million dollars in a new state-of-the-art abattoir at Murray Bridge, almost 18 months since its previous plant was destroyed by fire.
The Barn at Wombat Flat has had more than a few uses in its 150-odd-year life – its walls once stored hay and machinery and sheep were once sheared on its floor. Now, it’s home to a parade of country and folk musicians and is arguably one of South Australia’s most authentic country music venues.
Ag-tech entrepreneur Oli Madgett is on a mission to make farmers’ tractors smarter.
When LC Aerial started in business its owners spent weeks building their own drones, now its talented photographers are buying off the shelf to photograph and film anything from sawdust piles to Mt Gambier’s Blue Lake.