John Withell’s freshly grown potatoes have a low carbon footprint.
Elder statesman Harvey Eggleston is the oldest member of the Mayfield Collie Club.
Rain may have been running all over the Mid Canterbury high country but on this day it was a sunny nor’west day without a drop of the wet stuff in sight.
Mt Somers farmer and businesswoman Kate Acland is passionate about the rural sector.
Mount Hutt College student Penny Nell’s burnt orange Fiat is not every 17-year-old’s vehicle of choice.
“Happy staff, happy cows.”
People young and old, from Mid Canterbury and beyond, came together to enjoy a sun-filled, action-packed day out at the Mayfield A&P Show on Saturday.
It’s been a hive of activity at Lovett Family Farms with carrots, potatoes, beetroot and onions being harvested and sent to markets.
Mike Carr has had a calling to be a farmer since he was 8 years old; old enough to drive a tractor and help out on farm.
MHV Water will be doing nitrate tests of drinking water for the general public at the Mayfield A&P Show.
Mid Canterbury Federation of Women’s Institutes’ Mavis Wilkins, Dianne Carter and Jude Vaughan were among the hundreds of members nationwide to honour WI founder Anna "Bessie" Spencer in Napier...
The organisers of the Mayfield A&P Show still have fingers and toes crossed that community cases of covid remain at bay and the show next weekend goes ahead.
Showing dairy cattle is a family passion shared by Peter Gilbert and his sons, Nick, Michael and Luke.
Members of Mid Canterbury Federation of Women’s Institute are planning Founders Day and the 100th anniversary of the organisation.
Many hands make light work, especially when it’s carting meadow hay bales weighing about 25kg.
The credits are rolling for one of the last remaining United Video stores in NZ as it finally closes its doors in Ashburton.
Luisetti Seeds has made a multimillion-dollar investment in supporting New Zealand’s arable industry.
Thousands of endangered black-billed gulls that usually nest at Ashburton’s State Highway One bridge have found a new home on a dairy farm at Lauriston — or at least some of them have.
A health warning remains on Lake Clearwater, in the Ashburton Lakes area, after a potentially toxic blue-green algae (planktonic cyanobacteria) was found.
Thousands of endangered black-billed gulls that usually nest on the SH1 bridge in Ashburton have found a new home away from the ocean on a land-locked dairy farm.