Pioneering Bannockburn vineyard Carrick is on the market.
Federeated Farmers says it will support the reintroduction of a compulsory wool levy, but only if there is a sound plan of action.
Commerce Commission approval has been given for the sale of PGG Wrightson's seed and grain business to Denmark-based DLF Seeds.
Improvements are already being made in many areas highlighted in the Mycoplasma bovis Technical Advisory Group's report, response head Geoff Gwyn says.
Irrigation New Zealand chairwoman Nicky Hyslop is vying for a place on Beef+Lamb New Zealand's board.
An increase in farmed deer numbers is a strong indication of growing farmer confidence in the viability of deer in drystock farming operations, Deer Industry New Zealand chief executive Dan Coup says.
Conditions for a new dairy price cycle have begun to emerge, with the key implication initially being higher prices, ASB senior rural economist Nathan Penny says.
Federated Farmers Meat and Wool Council is calling for compulsory regulation in the stock and station industry.
Otago Chocolate Company (Ocho) is launching factory tours next month at its new chocolate production premises in Dunedin to "demystify'' the process of craft chocolate.
American cowgirl Kellie Mackin arrives in New Zealand this week and will compete at the Waikouaiti rodeo on Saturday. She talks to Sally Rae about overcoming the odds and getting back in the saddle.