Outram School pupil Felicity Nichol (9) prepares to plant a flax on Duncan and Anne-Marie Wells' dairy farm last week, watched by Mrs Wells (left) and teacher Stacy Buschl.
Harriet Bremner wants to encourage conversations about farm safety.
New Zealand’s primary sector exports are set to reach a record high over the coming year, Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor says.
It's not often you get a whopping tract of land named in your honour.
Agriculture, as a whole, needs to be brave.
Dave Maslen is a reluctant sustainability superstar.
When Jack Keeys first walked into AbacusBio’s Dunedin office, he could not believe his eyes.
Escalator might be over for Kelly Heckler but she reckons it is "just the beginning" in terms of using what it taught her.
Farmer confidence has slipped further into negative territory.
A petition has been launched to save Kiwi ice-cream brand Tip Top after Fonterra confirmed it was on the market.
Sheep are traditionally associated with turf, not surf.
A naked woman has been spotted lurking around the Seddon’s factory in Mosgiel — but it is all in the name of art.
Steph Fry is all about making change.
Education is the key to lifting the state of the wool industry, industry leader Craig Smith says.
Southdown sheep might be a breed steeped in history — it is the oldest of the terminal sire breeds in the UK — but a group of breeders in New Zealand is firmly focused on positioning it for the...
Nearly two decades on, Richard Buckby still has nightmares about a workplace accident that nearly claimed his life.
In a year marking the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in NZ, South Pacific Seeds managing director Charlotte Connoley has become the first woman in the NZ Grain and Seed Trade Association’s 100-year history to be elected to its executive.
A record high lambing percentage illustrates the sheep and beef sector's productivity gains, Rob Davison, of Beef + Lamb New Zealand's Economic Service, says.
Silver Fern Farms Co-operative is seeking applications for a newly established board-appointed farmer director.
The continuing spread of African swine fever through China’s pig population has the potential to reshape global beef markets, Rabobank’s latest beef quarterly report says.