Westlands Honey is as close as you can get from hive to honeypot.
Michael Jones has been supplying locally produced meat to South Canterbury farmers, residents and holiday makers for the last 40 years.
If you think a trip overseas could inspire a future career, you may be right.
Brother and sister duo Sam and Rose Clearwater are the next generation of organic, entrepreneurial farmers.
From his travels and experience in pig farming, Ian Jackson knew he was going to breed pigs in the open air.
David Musgrave’s youngest son, Oliver, had terrible eczema.
PGG Wrightson stalwart Bruce Thomson has retired after 48 years of service in South Canterbury.
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Well-known South Canterbury character Tim Black wants his appreciation for wool to be shared and understood by the next generation of Kiwis. Mr Black has not found another natural fibre as...
It was all smiles for the return of the regular Temuka sale.
Kent Adams owns and operates a 640-cow Temuka dairy farm, with two employees and one casual staff member.
Athol New says his own success has shown that education and training are important to make it in the dairy sector but not necessarily required.
South Canterbury's new ambulance hub in Timaru is back under way with a strong focus on local labour after a short delay with Covid-19. The Seven Oaks Reception Centre has now been...
More than 4000 wallabies were shot during the 30th annual wallaby hunting competition organised by the South Canterbury Recreational Sportsman’s Club.
Fonterra has praised the efforts of its workers during the Covid-19 Alert Level 3 lockdown.
Hamish McFarlane is a third-generation blackcurrant grower with a farm 10 minutes north of Temuka.
Timaru Young Farmers Club chairman Hamish Holland was hoping for victory in the Aorangi regional final of the FMG Young Farmer of the Year.
Washdyke company Heartland Chips continues a strong production line during the Covid-19 lockdown, as the timing meant the business was already well prepared.
Fire and Emergency New Zealand has asked farmers to refrain from any outdoor burning during the Covid-19 lockdown due to the potential safety hazard for fire crew attending call-outs.
Living in isolation is ‘‘business as usual’’ for most high country farmers, John Acland, of Mt Peel Station, says.