"It's time for a wool renaissance."
The emergence of a global emphasis on natural products suggests the strong-wool industry is "on the cusp of better times", industry leader John Dawson says.
Identifying regional appellations for New Zealand red meat — much like the global wine industry — has been suggested in a report on shaping the future of the red meat sector.
An article covering all aspects of Dunedin life — from the cost of living to tourism and education — has won the Dunedin Shanghai Association’s Chinese social media competition.
A five-auction winning streak was broken in this week’s GlobalDairyTrade auction as the headline index fell 0.5%.
About 120 Alliance Group employees, mostly at Lorneville and Pukeuri, are affected by a temporary reconfiguration of ovine skins and pelt processing operations across six plants.
From small beginnings, Strath Taieri farmers Andrew and Lynnore Templeton have developed a business model to be economically sound, allowing for successful succession.
Eleven recommendations have been made by a taskforce set up to respond to animal welfare issues associated with winter grazing practices.
When 2019 Zanda McDonald Award joint winners Shannon Landmark and Luke Evans visited Omarama last week, it truly was a flying visit.
Otago Polytechnic product design students have been working with long-established Dunedin firm Otago Furniture to develop furniture for a diverse range of purposes.
A Central Otago farming family recently received recognition for the quality of its merino wool. Business and rural editor Sally Rae visits Matangi Station.
Poppy might be a miniature dachshund but the message the diminutive dog is helping spread is a big one.
A North Otago berry fruit business has grown to be the largest producer of strawberries in the South Island. Business and rural editor Sally Rae speaks to the remarkable driving force behind the...