Federated Farmers is looking to the future as it remembers the past.
Federated Farmers says controlled grazing of conservation land can reduce fire risk.
North Canterbury shearer Dave Brooker is looking forward to testing his skills against the younger shearers competing in next month’s New Zealand Corriedale Shearing and Woolhandling Championships.
Noel McGirr says "all is looking good" for the 119th Amberley A&P Show at the Amberley Domain on Saturday, October 31.
Record sheep entries are set to flock into the Amberley Domain.
Rocci Scott has traded giraffes and rhinos for sheep and cattle.
The Amberley A&P Association will proceed with its annual show on October 31.
Canterbury mayors and councillors have checked in on progress at the Christchurch Northern Corridor, with one mayor saying he was "really impressed" with the work.
Spring is in the air and North Canterbury agricultural contractors are looking forward to a busy season.
A University of Canterbury academic hopes an expanded forestry programme to support farmers will be just the beginning.
The show must go on in Amberley.
Andrew Benny’s family roots in the Ellesmere district date back to the 1860s.
The Leeston Showgrounds is set to host the first qualifying round for the FMG Young Farmer of the Year Tasman region.
The Ellesmere A&P Association’s 150th celebrations have been cancelled, but the spirit of competition will be kept alive.
Planning is on track for the 70th anniversary South Island Agricultural Field Days (SIAFD) in March next year.
A "bold" new report aimed at reducing suicide highlights the plight of rural communities, Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey says.
Rural leaders say more funding is needed to support mental wellbeing, before it reaches crisis point.
A group of Waimakariri farmers hopes to lead farming into the next generation.
A decade-long battle for a huge water storage dam near Oxford has made it out of the courts.
A "lack of good consultation" has led to "bad freshwater regulation", Cam Henderson says.