Sally Rae

Fonterra water quality move welcomed by ORC, ECan

A move by Fonterra to improve water quality in lakes, rivers and streams has been welcomed by the Otago Regional Council and Environment Canterbury.

Volunteers enhancing nature

Volunteers enhancing nature

Two teams of volunteers marked International Volunteers Day last week by joining the Catchment Care programme to help enhance the native plant life in Southland and Waikato.

Ecobulbs in Germany

Energy Mad, the Christchurch-based company that makes Ecobulb energy-saving light bulbs, has launched two Ecobulb programmes in Germany through its distributor there.

Agriculture products 'down but not out'

Global agri-commodity prices are forecast by Rabobank to be "down but not out" next year.

Claim wool prices will drop rejected

Cavalier Wool Holdings has rejected a suggestion that wool prices could drop by up to $2 a kg if it buys the wool-scouring assets of New Zealand Wool Services International.

A good time to bow out, shearers say

A good time to bow out, shearers say

It is the end of an era for Milton-based Potae Shearing Ltd.

Steady as she goes

Steady as she goes

Dairy Women's Network is aiming to reduce the number of women killed or injured in quad bike accidents in New Zealand.

Keeping up with style changes

Keeping up with style changes

Eddie Todd was always interested in horses and leatherwork.

Dunedin to host next South Island Dairy Event

Dunedin will host the South Island Dairy Event next year for the first time in the event's 14-year history.

Commodity prices continue descent

Whole milk powder was the only commodity to record a lift in the ANZ commodity price index for November.