Winning a New Zealand Young Farmers service award was ‘‘a big honour’’ for Rachel Stewart.
The New Zealand Agricultural Show is on track to make a return in November.
British farming know-how has paid off for Alice Partridge.
When the Holland family first moved to Culverden in 2000, running sheep and cattle studs was not on the horizon.
A commercial Angus bull produced a bit of surprise at a Kaikoura bull sale last month.
Looking to the future and resilience were the focus of a farmers’ conference held in Christchurch.
North Canterbury farmers are taking stock of flood damage, as it adds to winter maintenance workloads.
Caroline Amyes has had an eventful first month in her new role as a farming leader.
An eight-month student exchange was enough to convince Diane Webster that New Zealand was the place to be.
Maitland Manning has made the switch from sheep and cows to pigs.
North Canterbury’s drought has taken its toll, and prices were down at the first bull sales in the district.
A North Canterbury stud breeder is looking to take the next direction.
Mid-Canterbury’s flood relief efforts have been boosted thanks to the donation of a Charolais bull.
Growing up in Whangarei, Rebecca Green never imagined she would one day be a farming leader advocating for women and rural communities.
North Canterbury’s drought status remains in place, for now.
The drought is finally over, for now at least, Hurunui farmer Stu Fraser says.
Banks Peninsula farmer Hamish Craw could hardly contain his excitement after the recent rain.
North Canterbury’s new farming leader is keen to improve urban connections.
North Canterbury sisters Sophie and Lucy Macdonald have found an innovative way of staying connected to the family farm in Marlborough - marketing and selling the farm's merino lamb.
Two North Canterbury dog triallists were surprised to win North Island titles last month.