When Boer goats were introduced on Barewood Station four
years ago, it would be fair to say a few eyebrows were
Clint McAughtrie was born to be a cowboy.
The New Zealand ploughing team - including Clinton ploughman
Scott McKenzie - is attracting plenty of media interest
before the world championships in Sweden.
When Becs Calder goes to work, she does not have a big
It is far from the bustle of Auckland - and the cameras and
lights of the MasterChef kitchen - to the quiet, stark
beauty of the Mackenzie district.
High country artist Norman Sinclair is looking forward to a
trip to the Waitaki Valley next week.
A dairy expansion planned at Telford Farms - costing just
over $4 million - is the first major dairy development at the
South Otago property for more than 20 years.
A plan has been launched with the aim of almost doubling the
value of New Zealand's red meat sector earnings, and
participants yesterday said it was a good start.
Otago Federated Farmers president Mike Lord's combined
regional and district council rates bill, for his Taieri
dairy farm, has increased from $23,000 in 2002 to almost
$50,000 this year.
Two women were taken to Oamaru Hospital to be checked after a
car collided with a freight train in Oamaru yesterday.
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