One South Otago woman is passionate about breeding cattle - but her herd is a bit different.
One writer is turning her memories of growing up on a farm into story books.
Health experts say a ''virtual'' school could help both recruitment and retention of health professionals in rural areas.
South Otago A&P Society is taking a different approach to their cattle section this year.
After a lengthy shearing career, a Dunedin man decided to take a step back. However, things only seem to be speeding up.
A Mosgiel couple's love for apple cider has led them to making their own.
Young farmers will put both practical and theoretical skills to the test at this year's Otago competition.
It is crucial farmers have their say in the public consultation of the dairy industry legislation review, experts say.
As spring turns into summer, the peony growing season is in full swing. Last week, reporter Ella Stokes went to catch up with Mosgiel grower Rodger Whitson, of Janefield Paeonies and Hydroponics, to see what it involves.
Sediment mitigation was a hot topic at the field days hosted by the Pomahaka Water Care Group last week.
A South Otago water care group is calling for its second phase of development to be farmer-led.
Recycling chemical containers is now easier for Taieri farmers and contractors.
What started as a hobby is now a full-time business for one Balclutha woman.
After over 30 years as a researcher a doctor's most recent discovery is one of her most exciting yet, and could be a benefit for New Zealand farmers.
Helping others learn the art of buying and selling livestock gives one agent a real buzz.
A Middlemarch head shepherd who loves working with her dogs, is also a talented painter.
Some people enjoy cheese made from goats' milk but who knew it could also create soap?
Families with a long heritage of farming their land have just over five weeks to submit their application for next year’s New Zealand Century Farms and Station Awards. Reporter Ella Stokes...
A retired farmer is turning his passion for tradition into something for the community.
Macraes Mine emergency response co-ordinator Steve Renton volunteered at the Otago Field Days as a first aid helper recently. Reporter Ella Stokes caught up with him to see what the job involved.