From bulls to berries — they are polar opposites but Ben and Rebecca Trotter are hoping they attract.
Like father, like son. Des Neill never had any expectations his son Ryan would follow in his footsteps in the agricultural aviation industry and inherit his interest in farming.
Six Central Otago dairy farms will be sold for $61.4 million to an NZX-listed corporate farming company.
It's been 40 years since the first grapes were planted in the Gibbston valley. Phillip Chandler spoke to the man who started it all, Alan Brady, and Cass Marrett spoke to Valli winemaker Jen Parr about what the next 40 years might bring.
The Trevathan family has been farming at Lindisvale, near Tarras, since 1914. Marjorie Cook meets fifth-generation Trevathan, Maggie and chats with her dad, Jonny, and grandparents about farming changes over five generations.
NZX-listed New Zealand Rural Land Company has bought six dairy farms in Maniototo for $61.40 million.
Shearing — both the industry and the sport — has been a lifetime love for New Zealand Merino Shearing Society life member Graeme Bell.
The rain last weekend pushed up river levels and showers during the week have kept them topped up in many cases.
On a 100ha dairy farm at Seaward Downs, near Edendale, Donna Morton runs about 40 Saanen goats in her Ardee stud.
Reporter Shawn McAvinue joins farmers at a stop of a nationwide roadshow where executives spoke about their plans to more than double the price for strong wool in the next three years by competing with synthetic carpet on price.
New Zealand has agreed in principle to Britain's second free trade deal since Brexit, eventually eliminating tariffs on all New Zealand exports.
ASB has lifted its 2021-22 milk price forecast to $8.75 a kg/ms, saying the possibility of a record farmgate milk price for the season is ‘‘very much live’’.
A new report has found more than 10 percent of the fruit grown in Central Otago is not being sold or eaten.
Shawn McAvinue stopped to photograph logs beside State Highway 88 in Dunedin and spoke to Southern Wood Council chairman Grant Dodson about them.