North Otago farmer Matt Ross has been appointed to the board of LIC (Livestock Improvement Corp).
From the Edinburgh of the South to its namesake in the north, Dunedin-based AbacusBio is spreading its wings.
Fonterra's $6.50 farmgate milk price forecast for next season is likely to lead to an increase in farmer confidence and bring forward farm spending and investment, economists say.
Taking over as chief executive of Dunedin technology company The Tarn Group is the perfect fit for James Nation.
Te Mana Lamb, the product of the Omega Lamb Project, has been officially launched by Prime Minister Bill English in Hong Kong.
A new project set up in North Otago is aimed at helping farmers learn about how their activities can impact onwater quality.
Simon Engelbrecht isn't one to shy away from hard work.
When Labour swept into power in 1984, the farming scene changed radically, with the advent of Rogernomics.
It's a message you see regularly on roadside signs and on the television - a simple click saves lives.
Silver Fern Farms proposes to close its Fairton sheepmeat plant just north of Ashburton, affecting 370 employees.
Fonterra is expected to announce its opening milk price forecast for 2017-18 next week and economists are picking a conservative figure in the low-$6 range.
Dunedin tech company Timely has been named emerging company of the year in the NZ Hi-Tech Awards.
Moving to Dunedin's warehouse precinct signals ''a new era'' for plant medicine company Artemis.
Robin Gauld spends more time listening to music than making it these days.
Keeping New Zealand's food products and food exports safe will be explored at a conference in Auckland in June.
Jessie Chan-Dorman's determination was evident from an early age.
Southland woman Katrina Thomas has received the Dairy Women's Network Dairy Community Leadership award.
A farm-gate milk price based on a shorter duration would help align New Zealand supply sooner with global market prices, reducing volatility, ASB senior rural economist Nathan Penny believes.
After 20 years in Auckland, Juanita Garden has returned to Millers Flat to revamp the rural township’s only store.
For 65 years, Dunedin’s Wellington family has been involved in the laundry trade.