A compliment for a great tasting bowl of porridge, made from southern oats, may soon be "that’s some fine Gardyne".
A day of thrills and spills was on offer near Waipiata, when the seventh annual Maniototo Rodeo rolled into town yesterday.
North Otago’s A&P show was once again a success, with family entertainment, a menagerie of animals and high-quality circus tricks.
Feeling overwhelmed about freshwater farm plans? North Otago Sustainable Land Management (Noslam) is here to help.
A new orchard planting system that increases yields with a two-dimensional structure is being trialled by Central Otago fruit growers.
Reporter Shawn McAvinue attended Southern Field Days on Wednesday and asked people what they loved about the event.
Organisers welcomed thousands of visitors to the Southern Field Days 57ha site at Waimumu last week.
Like many men, Waikaia sheep and beef farmer James McKee admits he does not go to the doctor very regularly.
The Southern Field Days were held last week with thousands of visitors checking out the exhibits and entertainment over the three days.
Proceeds from the sale of a southern stud ram are providing meals to New Zealanders facing food insecurities.
Southland agriculture student Laura Heads is "shocked" to be among the recipients of primary sector scholarships awarded by the government.
The Voluntary Bonding Scheme for Veterinarians was launched in 2009 to help ease a shortage of veterinarians working with production animals and working dogs in rural New Zealand.
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The Maniototo community came together under a suitably big blue sky for its annual A&P show last Wednesday.
Visible gaps between rural and urban Covid-19 vaccination rates highlight the need for tailored health responses, University of Otago researchers argue.
A stroppy sheep put paid to a Gore shearer’s chances of an intermediate title at the Southern Shears.