New Zealand’s lockdown over Covid-19 is an opportunity for the agricultural sector ‘‘to step up and remind our country how great we are’’, Farmlands chief executive Peter Reidie says.
Help is available for all businesses struggling to deal with the effect of Covid-19, Otago Chamber of Commerce chief executive Dougal McGowan says.
Fonterra has announced an improved financial performance but has decided not to declare an interim dividend, citing the impact Covid-19 could have on its second-half earnings.
Forecast primary sector export revenue for the year ending June 2020 is $1.3billion lower than the previous forecast in December and further downward revisions are likely.
Fernando Alfonso describes Hereford cattle as a "very complete breed".
It's the ultimate homegrown story.
Jane Shennan is on a mission to tell the story of her great-grandfather — a prominent figure in Otago’s early pastoral history.
World Federation of Merino Breeders president Will Roberts reckons he has never seen the merino industry has never been so good as it is now.
Rachel Guisolan’s life was turned upside down when she was badly injured in a horse riding accident nearly a decade ago.
"Bruce, Bruce, Bruce. Bruce, come here."
Brides-to-be take note. Having a sheep at a wedding is apparently all the rage in the United Kingdom.
Young Texan Hereford enthusiast Tyler Allan has been working with cattle since he "hit the ground".
"Turning into a farce" is how Otago Rock Lobster Industry Association executive officer Kate Hesson describes the consultation process for a proposed huge marine protection area off the South...
Missing two days of school may make Elena Daly (12) the envy of her Clinton friends but yesterday she was busy easing her horse, Netty, before show jumping and round the ring competitions at the...
It was the call Johnny Bell never really expected to receive.
They're Budapest bound — all in the name of business.
Like many young boys, Yannis Warrender dreamed of being an All Black.
He is originally a farm boy from Canterbury who is now at the helm of the Government Communications Security Bureau.
"It's time for the dung beetle".
The Department of Conservation and Fisheries New Zealand have acknowledged Covid-19 is having wide-ranging impacts on the fishing industry, but say it is important the public have an opportunity to...