After 24 years, he's hanging up his possum trap one last time.
Ask 23-year-old Matt Adams why he started bull riding.
Smiles are still shining after the Southland-Otago Dairy Industry Awards winners were announced recently. Gore sharemilkers Simon and Hilary Vallely are 2018 Southland-Otago Share Farmers of the...
Ploughmen, judges and vintage enthusiasts are in the final stages for preparing for one of the biggest events ever to take place in Thornbury.
Farmers are better situated to prepare for stock movements around winter grazing following a Beef + Lamb New Zealand and DairyNZ workshop in Lumsden recently.
Kiwi axemen are preparing to battle their transtasman rivals in a three-test series starting on Friday.
He likes beer, farming and is pretty happy with his Speight's prizes package.
Farmers wanting to know how much supplement feed their animals are eating in the paddock now have a solution.
Looking at an alternative option to standard beehives, Peter Dodds set to work developing an innovative hive.
Former Invermay head Dr Jock Allison, his wife Hilary and Canterbury farmer Blair Gallagher had the Beltex breed on show at this year's Southern Field Days.
Two more properties, one in Southland and one in Waitaki, have been confirmed as infected with Mycoplasma bovis.
Crops are not dead and gone despite the drought, PGG Wrightson national technical team manager Milton Munro says.
Farmers are selling store lambs and others are being sent to the works early and at lighter weights to better manage Southland's drought.
''Don't take Mother Nature on, because I did and I lost.''
Southland A&P Show's rich history will be celebrated next month with the 150th annual summer show.
Farming runs through the blood of 21-year-old Bridget Dickson.
Similarities between Ireland and New Zealand are leading to collaborations on research and development in the dairy industry.
Cowgirls and cowboys from throughout the country were in the South recently competing at the 61st annual Southland Rodeo.
Two years in the making, the gates are open for the 19th Southern Field Days.
Farmers in the South continue to deal with the repercussions of the dry weather, as store lambs are sold and others sent to the works early. In the dairy sector, some farmers are switching to once-a-day milking.