Canterbury sheep dog Winn is a winner on the paddock.
It may have been the first time Roddy Kidd had picked up a handpiece in 25 years — but the 84-year-old reckoned it was just like riding a bike.
Young people are getting the chance to learn about agriculture through Hereford cattle.
North Canterbury farmers and contractors are looking for rain as winter approaches.
Milking sheep is a small but growing industry.
Growing up in Timaru, Roshean Woods never imagined she would one day compete in a Young Farmer of the Year grand final.
A small North Canterbury school has exceeded its expectations in the Young Farmers agrikids competition.
"A random email" led Caitlin Brooks into breeding Murray Grey cattle.
Phil Smith is looking forward to having more time at home, after losing his seat on the Beef + Lamb New Zealand board.
Space-age innovation could provide benefits to farmers, Andrew Hoggard says.
Record crowds last week visited the South Island Agricultural Field Days at Kirwee.
Running an Angus stud, raising a newborn child and preparing for an A&P show are all in a day's work for Marie FitzPatrick.
The principal of Oxford Area School has provided a short but vivid description of how the master plan for his school’s $10 million redevelopment is taking shape.
The Lincoln University young farmers’ club (YFC) will be hoping its four finalists have better luck this year.
Jim and Ramona Sidey will be hoping for second time lucky as they look forward to presiding over the Hawarden A&P Show on Saturday.
A North Canterbury farmer is keen share his passion for rodeo.
The Canterbury A&P Association says it is back on track after a challenging year.
As a teenager growing up in Southland two decades ago, Troy Pyper had one goal — to represent New Zealand in shearing.
The long-standing New Zealand Ewe Hogget Competition could be in for a revamp.
Retiring Waimakariri District Council boss Jim Palmer was honoured at his final council meeting on Tuesday.