North Canterbury’s drought has taken its toll, and prices were down at the first bull sales in the district.
Growing up in Whangarei, Rebecca Green never imagined she would one day be a farming leader advocating for women and rural communities.
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.
After a challenging year, the Northern A&P Association hopes to get back on track with its annual winter feed competitions.
Ongoing drought could cause a rethink in the way North Canterbury farms are run, local outgoing Federated Farmers president Cam Henderson says.
The North Canterbury Rural Support Trust is stepping up its efforts to support drought-stricken farmers. Chairwoman Gayle Litchfield has welcomed Agriculture Minister Damien O'Connor's announcement...
Twelve months ago, winning dairy trainee of the year in the 2021 Canterbury-North Otago Dairy Industry Awards could not have been further from the mind of Rangiora’s Mattes Groenendijk.
People in Amberley could be enjoying their revamped public swimming pool by the end of the year after it was announced work will soon start on the $2 million refurbishment.