It will be a sister act at Maniototo A&P Show in Ranfurly in February.
Poppy might be a miniature dachshund but the message the diminutive dog is helping spread is a big one.
For the team at Waiau Herefords, the breed is king.
Harriet Gardner has had a successful first attempt at judging merino sheep.
A North Otago berry fruit business has grown to be the largest producer of strawberries in the South Island. Business and rural editor Sally Rae speaks to the remarkable driving force behind the...
About 63% of North Island commercial poultry farms and 79% of South Island farms have been tested for a poultry virus found at Mainland Poultry in Otago - and no other sites have tested positive.
About 38,000ha of northern Southland's Glenaray Station - New Zealand's largest high country pastoral lease - will become public conservation land if a preliminary tenure review proposal goes ahead.
Being asked to create an installation for New Zealand Flowers Week has been a career highlight for Dunedin florist Linda McKenzie.
American-born veterinarian and epidemiologist Dr Eric Neumann has made his home in the South while continuing to work around the globe. He speaks to rural editor Sally Rae.
Fonterra has announced a partnership between Farm Source and ecological consultancy Wildlands to reduce the cost of on-farm native planting.
Arguably the world's cutest sheep, Swiss-bred Valais Blacknose are making a home for themselves in the South.
While there are more big strategic decisions ahead for Fonterra this year, chairman John Monaghan is "very confident" in the progress the co-operative is making.
An impassioned plea was made to Fonterra chairman John Monaghan to stand down at the co-operative's annual meeting in Invercargill yesterday, following "disastrous" financial results.
Oceana Gold’s Macraes mine notched up another milestone this week, pouring its 10,000th gold bar, which weighed in at 18.4kg.
A recent modest slowdown in production has been cited as one possible reason for healthy gains in this week's GlobalDairyTrade auction.
Economic modelling by DairyNZ has shown proposed new freshwater regulations could lead to a fall in New Zealand's GDP of $6billion by 2050, Southland being one of the hardest hit regions.
An independent Technical Advisory Group (TAG) believes achieving eradication of Mycoplasma bovis is still feasible.
A Cromwell-based joinery firm has taken on the world - and won.
New Zealand's pork industry would be "decimated" if African swine fever (ASF) was to hit the country, New Zealand Pork chairman Eric Roy says.
Dan Brier enjoyed his hands-on farming career and he is also enjoying the opportunity now to have an impact outside his own gate.