A dairy farmer whose herd is infected with Mycoplasma bovis feels let down by the Ministry for Primary Industries.
Fonterra has stepped up its efforts to improve water quality while launching a charm offensive and TV campaign to showcase how farmers have upped their game.
‘‘Not a bad show’’ is how Will Gibson dryly describes his family’s record-setting feats at last week’s Canterbury A&P Show in Christchurch.
A rare opportunity to take home some very special mites is being held at Nokomai Station in Northern Southland next Monday.
A business development programme for women involved in sheep and beef farming businesses is set to expand next year to benefit 500 more farms.
A final shortlist of farms for the Future Farm project will be drawn up shortly by Beef + Lamb New Zealand.
Watching the volume of wool growing for Lanaco’s healthcare products and seeing lambs being born from specifically bred genetics is a ‘‘dream come true’’ for Nick Davenport.
Kate Scott, of Bannockburn was delighted when she was named as one of five Nuffield scholars at Parliament earlier this month.
There's a new hen in town, the Waipahi hen.
Logan Bain and Caleb Neilson are among the next generation of deer farmers.
Prices for all wool breeds increased at this week’s South Island wool sale, which was held live as part of the Canterbury A&P Show in Christchurch.
Southland's environmental champions were celebrated at the Southland Community Environment Awards recently.
Yvonne O’Hara continues her series of articles on climate change — part of a project developed with funding from Aotearoa/New Zealand Science Journalism Fund.
Next year is going to be extremely busy for Dr Solis Norton.
Another 1000 cattle on a newly identifed infected Waimate property will be culled on top of the 4000 cattle already scheduled for destruction because of Mycoplasma bovis.
Cromwell and Roxburgh orchardists are intending to start harvesting cherries this week, which is up to 10 days earlier than usual.
The FMG Young Farmer of the Year final in July won't be screened on mainstream television for a second year in a row - because shifting television priorities to more entertainment-based programmes.
The 2017 Husqvarna South Island Farm Foresters of the Year, Mark and Marjorie Hay, will host a field day on their Tuapeka West farm tomorrow. Agribusiness reporter Sally Rae visits their impressive operation.
Wanting to connect with other like-minded people, Esmerelda Duffin decided to put her hand up as a Dairy Women's Network regional leader.
The Invercargill City Council’s 15-year stormwater discharge permit, which was granted despite opposition, has been appealed. Nicole Sharp reports.