Olivia Ross has given her heart and soul to New Zealand Young Farmers.
Fur or faux?
Improvements are already being made in many areas highlighted in the Mycoplasma bovis Technical Advisory Group's report, response head Geoff Gwyn says.
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.
Graeme Shaw describes his latest venture as ''a great example of tenacity''.
Wool discolouration, caused by inclement weather before Christmas, affected prices at last week's South Island wool sale.
Pioneering Bannockburn vineyard Carrick is on the market.
For beer-loving enthusiasts, being a brewer sounds like a dream job.
From the age of 7, Jenna Riddle was determined to become a lawyer.
''It's bigger than Ben Hur - but somebody's got to make a start on fixing it.''
Input is being sought from dairy farmers on how the dairy sector will pay its share of the Mycoplasma bovis response programme.
Coffee engineer Chris Hilder is hoping to roast the opposition at the Melbourne International Coffee Expo this week.
Rodeo, like all sports, relies on youth coming through the ranks.
It would be fair to say Dawn Ratana is "on a high" at the moment.
Denmark-based carpet manufacturer Ege is using specially blended New Zealand wool in its production process to create innovative printed carpet.
Robin Thomas reckons he has one of the best jobs in the country.
Progress continues to be made on a joint venture between the European Energy Exchange and Global Dairy Trade.
New Zealand's agricultural sector is poised for a third consecutive year of broad-based profitability, although negative risks are mounting, a new industry report says.
''I just love students growing crickets in their wardrobes.''