At 73, Wayne King is slowing down, but only slightly.
Sharon Cousins, of Wairepa, has been involved in Civil Defence and Emergency Management since 2016, throughout the country.
New Zealand’s Hereford cattle industry was on show last week when delegates from around the world attended the week-long Boehringer Ingelheim World Hereford Conference in Queenstown. They also...
This year's Great Easter Bunny Hunt is still on although it has been postponed until Queen's Birthday Weekend, says convener Dave Ramsay.
During his time in the deer industry, Phil McKenzie has been particularly impressed with how deer farmers share innovations and ideas.
Central Otago merino studs will be displaying their genetics to visitors from around the world as well as from throughout New Zealand next month.
Earnscleugh Station owners Alistair and Duncan Campbell have achieved a milestone — breeding a merino sheep that has produced an ultra-fine 10 micron fleece.
Close to $50,000 is expected to be raised from the 24-hour Shear-a-thon at Wohelo Station, near Heriot, on Waitangi Day, more than $36,000 coming from the shearing alone.
Jared Rutten has had a successful run in the show ring in the past few years including at the recent Holstein Friesian youth camp at Stratford.
Sheep breeder Jim Berney has attended the Gore ram fair for 12 years-plus and enjoys seeing the quality of sheep and catching up with other breeders.
Texel and Romney stud breeder Paul Gardner, of Ashburton, was ‘‘pretty happy’’ with his results from last week’s ram fair at the Gore showgrounds.
Nineteen stockhandlers from age 5 to 19 camped out at the Skedgwell family dairy farm near Tuatapere for a night earlier this month.
A New Zealand record was set when a Brock Deer velvet stag sold for $102,000 at the on-farm sale at Merino Downs last Wednesday night.