Innovation and success will be celebrated at this year's Westpac Otago Business Awards next month.
New Zealand has a "very real opportunity'' to be a world leader in addressing the problem of occupational health in agriculture, Jane Fowles believes.
At Huntly Road Dairies, Duncan and Anne-Marie Wells have a philosophy when it comes to staff.
It's mince, but not as we know it.
The Jones family, from Matarae Station, have been recognised for the hard work and effort that goes into producing their high quality merino wool.
Italian textile company Reda Group hosted an annual conference for its New Zealand wool growers at Rippon Vineyard, Wanaka, last week. Sally Rae was invited toattend.
The Government's new Sustainable Food and Fibre Futures fund is open for business.
PGG Wrightson would be left ''a shadow of its former self'' if shareholders approve the sale of its seeds business, New Zealand Shareholders Association chief executive Michael Midgley says.
Applications open tomorrow for a $50,000 contestable fund for new business start-up initiatives in Dunedin.
New Zealand wool could soon be going where no man has gone before.
Workshops will be held next month to seek feedback from Mycoplasma bovis-affected farmers.
Mosgiel-based technology company TracMap has received further recognition for its contribution to the Australian wine industry.
Former gagged Fonterra director Leonie Guiney says she can see very clearly how to solve the co-operative’s "reputational issues".
Growing up in Singapore, Ray Mohan always liked the idea of having a farm.
The symbolism of inheriting her late boyfriend’s black huntaway, Jess, is not lost on Elle Perriam.
Karl Brinsdon is making a name for himself as an inventor, and was recently named a finalist in this year’s ASB Bright Sparks competition for the second time.
It is probably just as well that Laura Douglas has ditched her stiletto heels, given her days can include chasing errant pigs.
When Dunedin animal scientist Bruno Santos travels to Australia next week for his graduation, it will be extra special.
Back in 1953, Matthew Kirkpatrick founded the Hereford stud that is now Waikaka Herefords.
Stud breeding is in the Paterson family’s blood.