A Central Otago winemaker is using augmented reality technology to tell the story of his wine.
Kimberley Simmons (15) is passionate about dairy cows and has had an excellent year so far, dairy-wise.
The Southern Dairy Hub team hosted four road show meetings at Milton, Otautau, Gore and Lumsden last week to update farmers about research and production on the property.
Louise Cook is a self-confessed geek and proud of it.
Girls who wish to learn skills as diverse as jump-starting a tractor, moving stock, shooting, fencing and changing a tyre can do so at two hands-on Southern Girl Finishing School workshops in...
More than $100,000 was raised from this year's Clinton Lions Club's Advance Agriculture Brassica Competition.
From hand-written reports to digital lesson plans and bee-bots, Lorna Skevington has seen major changes in the way pupils are taught at primary schools during the past two decades.
From spending most of his first 12 years in an orphanage, to becoming mental skills coach and manager to one of the most successful sporting teams in the world, Gilbert Enoka has come a long way.
''If we don't have young people who are passionate and who see a future in the sector coming through, we won't have a future.''
Health and safety was ''not rocket science'', says Agricultural Leaders' Health and Safety Action Group general manager Tony Watson.
The Alexandra-based members of the Swiss woolhandling and shearing team have arrived in France to compete in the World Shearing and Woolhandling Championships next week.
Two southern farmers talked about their approaches to triplet lambing, while the results of research looking at the benefits of vitamin D to reduce bearings in ewes were discussed, during the...
A prostate cancer diagnosis led to Rural Livestock Ltd stock agent Terry Cairns, of Invercargill, making significant changes to his business to ensure job security for those who worked with him.
Southern Rural Life stopped at the Lorneville yards, near Invercargill, last Tuesday , to have a look at the yards.
Neil McCrostie, of Winton, will celebrate 50 years as a stock agent next year.
For Brian Dickison, when he and dog Cole won the Tux South Island Sheep Dog Trial Championships' long head competition in Hanmer Springs in May, the prize came second to the satisfaction.
Avid gardener Jane Falconer, of Clachanburn Gardens, Puketoi, is keen to see more gardening activities in Maniototo and indeed Central Otago.
A group of women who work in the meat industry, including some from Otago and Southland, formed the New Zealand chapter of Meat Business Women in Napier recently and there are plans to start...
There is less than two weeks to go before one of the biggest dairy conferences in the country launches in Invercargill and spaces are still available.
Reducing triplet wastage is the focus of a seminar to be held in Otautau on June 18.