The East Otago A&P Show drew hundreds of people to the Palmerston showgrounds on February 2. While equestrian events occupied the main oval, spectators enjoyed the view from the terraced banks...
The Palmerston showgrounds will be heaving with activity at the weekend.
Buyers were fussy at the Black and Coloured Sheep Breeders' Association of New Zealand's national sale at the Waimate showgrounds on Saturday.
No matter what the weather on January 26, the Black and Coloured Sheep Breeders' Association of New Zealand's national sale will be an outdoor event.
The canes at Matsinger's Berry Farm are ''blazing with raspberries'', owner Leanne Matsinger says.
Alex Butler-Baird (15, left), of Timaru, and Abby Ross (14), of Duntroon, show off the local produce that started the Waimate Strawberry Fare.
MPI wants all New Zealanders to follow the lead of an Oamaru man who had ‘‘the nous and foresight’’ to take the appropriate action after finding brown marmorated stink bugs, potentially saving the...
Twenty-six live brown marmorated stink bugs arrived in Oamaru this week in a box of shoes bought on eBay.
Eight contestants will gather in Oamaru early next year for the FMG Young Farmer of the Year Aorangi regional final. The event will take place in conjunction with the North Otago A&P Show, at...
The North Otago vet who raised the alarm about Mycoplasma bovis has received national recognition.
Hook farmer Guy Wigley has replaced Peter Mitchell as the North Otago and South Canterbury representative on the Foundation for Arable Research (Far).
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.