North Otago's two major meat processing plants are working flat out.
Lambing is off to a great start in the central South Island high country.
A group set up to help farmers stave off Mycoplasma bovis is vying for a national award.
Lamb prices are heading south, Alliance Group shareholders have been told.
Why did the chickens cross the road?
New Zealand won the transtasman blade shearing test and the New Zealand woolhandling champion won his third consecutive title at the Waimate Shears on Saturday.
The plug has been pulled on the Hunter Downs irrigation scheme.
Central South Island farmers and irrigation experts were impressed by the technology they witnessed in Nebraska.
Westport's Rebecca Keoghan has added another major award to an impressive resume.
The Hunter Downs irrigation scheme will not go ahead.
Timaru ploughman Bob Mehrtens is returning from the 65th World Ploughing Championship in Germany with a bronze medal.
The daughter of Waitaki Valley dairy farmers has been awarded this year's $2000 North Otago Federated Farmers-ANZ rural tertiary scholarship.
The Otago Field Days are expanding to fit their new name as their October dates approach.
Laws have been changed under urgency in Parliament to bolster the bid to eradicate Mycoplasma bovis.
The Otago Field Days are expanding way beyond the area in their name.
A year of handling fallout from the Mycoplasma bovis outbreak has taken its toll on Waimate woman Sarah Barr.
The dairy factory in the heart of Mycoplasma bovis territory could avoid major effects from the outbreak this season.
A year and 100 official updates later, the central South Island is still in the grip of Mycoplasma bovis.
New Zealand scientists are trialling genetically modified ryegrass they believe could revolutionise agriculture.
If Mycoplasma bovis becomes established in New Zealand, animal husbandry will become more important, an Oamaru vet says.