Bridles, bits, and bags - it was all things equine at the Otatara Hall on Sunday at the Southern Equine Expo.
Selling candy for horses has proved a winner for 14-year-old Hannah Nicol.
From ''townie'' to New Zealand Dairy Trainee of the Year in three years, Simone Smail, of Invercargill, has come a long way.
Farmers got the chance to question Environment Southland representatives about the Southland Water and Land Plan at a public meeting in Winton recently.
Kanadale Farms is no ordinary dairy farm.
Fourth generation dairy farmer Brooke Flett is passionate about all things agriculture.
In three years, 24-year-old Simone Smail, of Invercargill, has come a long way in the dairy industry.
David Rose is a name that often comes up in conversation around the Federated Farmers executive table.
Cattle Flat Station farmer Geoffrey Young is the new Southland Federated Farmers president.
Teenagers will be encouraged to come up with ways to use wool creatively in a bid to have them take up the torch as ''Generation Wool''.
Fodder beet is proving its worth in the dairy sector but there are some concerns and questions.
Who will pay for what is the latest talking point in the Mycoplasma bovis outbreak.
Logan Wallace will be hoping it is second time lucky, after winning the Otago-Southland FMG Young Farmer of the Year regional final on Saturday.
Straight and steady is the aim of the game, but it is no easy task with Anna and Nugget, who have minds of their own.
Three years, 900 submissions and five months of hearings later, Southland’s Water and Land Plan ‘‘decision version’’ has been notified. Reporter Nicole Sharp looks at what the changes mean...
Southland's Water and Land Plan decision version has made some significant progress from the original, but there is still room for improvement, farmers say.
Compensation will be paid to farmers who are tied up in the PGG Wrightson swede mix up.
Once-a-day milking continues to grow in popularity in the South, as farmers explore options available to them.
Giving once-a-day milking a go has been a valuable lesson for Woodlands contract milker Matt McKenzie.
Ploughing is not your ordinary type of sport, but national finalist Tryphena Carter, of Riversdale, is not your ordinary type of lady.