Adam Williams was set to compete in the Winchester and Methven rodeos this weekend, but when he tried to go for a run, "something wasn’t right. I couldn’t run". Toni Williams reports.
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Some of New Zealand’s top dog triallists will be at the Ashburton A&P Showgrounds next week for the Tux dog trials.
National alpaca champion Inca Lodge Diego will be in Ashburton this month for the alpaca mini-show being run through the Ashburton A&P association on October 31.
Highland dancing trio Lucy, Maddie and Eve Marshall are looking forward to getting back into competition mode.
The skirl of the pipes can be heard among the cows in Lagmhor as dairy farmer Joseph Williams plays a warm-up tune to his captive audience.
New Zealand Landcare Trust has led the charge and got people talking about the benefits of wetlands as farm assets.
Ian and Sue Thornton have planted thousands of trees and spent hundreds of hours clearing the wetland site on their Ealing Dairies farm.
Marg Verrall has been named Rural Women New Zealand (RWNZ) Mid Canterbury provincial president.
The Ashburton A&P Show, scheduled for next month, has been cancelled.
Mayfield dairy farmer Frances Beeston has been appointed the new Rural Support Trust (RST) Mid Canterbury co-ordinator.
Dairy farmer Rebecca Miller likes to keep her finger on the pulse of the dairy industry.
At least four thrill seekers took up the chance to fly in a Russian Yak 3 fighter plane, aptly named Full Noise, at the weekend.
Craig Wiggins puts his head above the barricade, but only for a cause.
Dromore dairy farmers Chris and Jodi Ford are midway through calving.
A planned vintage machinery museum on the grounds of the Greenstreet community hall has already been offered its first piece — a vintage swamp plough.
Black-grass pest weed has been found again in Mid Canterbury.
Musterers from the mountains hope to continue with a decades-old charity rugby game against the Methven B team - but it'll depend on the Covid-19 alert level status, and whether the musterers can round up players.
Retired Canterbury dentist Peter Rumping met the love of his life not long after graduating from dental school.
An executive sous-chef and apprentice will be sharing their love of American-style smokehouse barbecues with Cantabrians at an upcoming summer school class.