Farming News

Outram's Johnstones win again

Outram's Johnstones win again

Outram Limousin breeders Rob and Jean Johnstone have done it again.

Classers' field day

The New Zealand Woolclassers Association is holding a field day at the PGG Wrightson Wool store in Mosgiel on Wednesday.

Record $100,000 for Angus stud bull

Record $100,000 for Angus stud bull

An on farm national record price of $100,000 was achieved at the Rangatira Angus bull sale at Muriwai, Gisborne, last week.

Student out to make a difference

Student out to make a difference

Shaun Snoxell loves the land and food production.

Life membership takes Elliot by surprise

When Mike Elliot was presented with life membership of Otago Federated Farmers, he said it took him by complete surprise.

Focus on support networks

A gathering of rural professionals is being held in Oamaru next week to highlight the support networks available to farmers.

Govt allows sale of raw milk

Govt allows sale of raw milk

The Government has decided to allow the sale of raw milk to consumers, subject to farmers meeting certain requirements.

Never too busy for trialling

Never too busy for trialling

Newly elected New Zealand Sheep Dog Trial Association president Graham White may have a big year ahead of him - but he will still fit in some dog trialling.

Tech expos for everybody

From the technophobes to the techno savvy, all farmers will be catered for at technology expos in Otago this month.

Winning vet ever on the go

Winning vet ever on the go

Oamaru-based veterinarian Dave Robertson has been described as ''someone who lives and breathes sheep and beef''.

Farmer defends sheep shipment

Farmer defends sheep shipment

A farmer has defended his decision to send more than 1000 of his sheep to Mexico on board a livestock carrier which has left New Zealand.

Programme to address rural depression

Programme to address rural depression

A national programme to address rural depression will be developed in recognition of challenging times for farmers including volatility in milk prices.

Fed Farmers supports Mexico shipment

Fed Farmers supports Mexico shipment

Federated Farmers supports a large shipment of New Zealand sheep and cattle bound for Mexico, saying it is "confident" the animals will be transported humanely.

Milk processing over capacity warning

Milk processing over capacity warning

Over capacity in dairy processing has been raised as a ''real risk'' to New Zealand's dairy industry.

Focus on rural mental health

Focus on rural mental health

Plunging dairy prices will continue to put enormous pressures on the mental well-being of some sectors of the farming community, and the head of Rural Women NZ says farmers must understand when they need help.

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