It is a big week for Paul Mutch and his band of helpers.
Fonterra suppliers have been dealt a blow with the co-operative revising its 2018-19 forecast farm-gate milk price from $6.75 to a range of $6.25-$6.50.
In the aftermath of a massive fire at its Hornby plant in Christchurch, Ravensdown says it is too soon to say what the impact could be on fertiliser manufacture at its Ravensbourne site in Dunedin.
A recovery package has been announced to help farmers affected by Mycoplasma bovis get back to business quicker after being cleared of the disease.
Only three farms have been confirmed through bulk milk testing as having Mycoplasma bovis - but the Ministry for Primary Industries says it is too early to speculate about final results.
Kelly Burnett's career aspiration is simple: to continue helping rural people get the best out of their bodies.
NZ's red meat sector has an opportunity to leverage the increased investment that will be required by pending regulatory changes, Rabobank analyst Blake Holgate believes.
Katrina Bishop was exposed to the fine wool industry from a young age.
Alliance Group management has received a strong message from suppliers to keep investing in the company's longer-term strategy, rather than take a short-term approach, chairman Murray Taggart says.
International beef prices are coming under increased pressure on the back of a lift in supply.
A strong start to the New Zealand dairy season is being cited as a factor now weighing on prices.
Business confidence has fallen to its lowest reading since 2009 in NZIER's September quarterly survey of business opinion.
Momona-raised Neil Gamble has shifted three times in his life - the furthest being 3km away.
House values in Dunedin are continuing their upward trend, increasing 10.4% in the year to September and 2.4% over the past three months.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand intends rolling out biosecurity workshop events to help farmers start and improve their on-farm biosecurity plans.
Rising feed prices are driving farm expense inflation, ASB’s Commodities Weekly says.
New Zealand's pioneering deer milk industry has received a further boost by being named a finalist in this year’s New Zealand Food Awards.
Lynda Coppersmith is dusting off her gumboots as she makes a return to the primary sector.
Federated Farmers’ new chief executive Terry Copeland freely admits he is not a practical person.
Scrutiny from farmers is expected next week when new chairman John Monaghan and recently appointed interim chief executive Miles Hurrell front Fonterra's 2017-18 annual results presentation.