Falling global supply growth sets the tone for a strong 2018-19 dairy season, Rabobank’s latest dairy quarterly report says.
The need for privacy and shelter during medical emergencies at a Dunedin supermarket led three entrepreneurial staff to come up with their own solution.
An independent Technical Advisory Group (Tag) is split on the likelihood of the success of eradication of Mycoplasma bovis from New Zealand.
Two southern farming leaders were acknowledged at Federated Farmers' annual awards function in Wellington this week.
Federated Farmers national president Katie Milne says councils need new ways to diversify their funding and the reliance on rating is "abhorrent" and needs addressing.
South Canterbury farmer Mark Adams wishes all farmers unaffected by Mycoplasma bovis could sit down with one who is trying to operate under a Restricted Place Notice.
Lamb export values hit a new record of $369 million in May, smashing the previous high of $340 million set in February 2009, Stats NZ figures sho
At the age of 40, North Otago farmers Jenny Malcolm, with her husband Bill, achieved a lifelong goal of dry stock farm ownership.
A Taieri-based nurse does not have the right to request reconsideration after her application for a work visa was declined, Immigration New Zealand says.
Air New Zealand has been criticised by rural-focused MPs for its decision to serve the Impossible Burger on its Los Angeles to Auckland flight.
Global dairy prices took a dive in this week's GlobalDairyTrade auction, dipping to a six-month low.
Concerns about the impact of Mycoplasma bovis has seen farmer confidence slide over the past quarter, the latest Rabobank rural confidence survey has shown.