Tips to battle "insidious" droughts and avoid a financial hangover were shared in Ōwaka and Clinton last week.
If a new draft code of welfare for pigs gets approval, thousands of piglets will be crushed and piggeries will close, Otago pork producers say.
When Rural Livestock agent Don Roney retires at the end of next month, he will call time on a more than 50-year career.
The Angus bulls set to feature at a sale in Beaumont are in good nick despite dry conditions biting this season, a farm manager says.
In a bid to protect against the impact of dry conditions, a trial maize crop on a West Otago dairy farm will return next season and be more than twice the size.
Now home to some of the rarest species of rhododendrons in the world, Gore’s Bannerman Park is playing an important role in conservation.
As more farms are sold for forestry conversion, Shawn McAvinue asks southern bull breeders: do you think the land-use change will soften demand at your upcoming sale? Clayton Peters of Peters...
Climate activists say the Government's landmark plan to curb emissions is light on detail, full of fluff, and lets the worst polluters off the hook.
Individual action will not make a "blind bit" of difference to Moeraki’s growing rabbit problem, a resident at the forefront of the town’s effort to control the pest says.
Dynamic. That is the theme of the South Island’s largest dairy event, SIDE 2022, which is being held in Oamaru on June 8-9.
Otago police are calling for duck-shooters to take care of themselves and their firearms, after opening weekend was marred by a death and an incident of unattended guns.
A Dunedin traffic manager is flagging an increase in hay bales or baleage falling off trucks as a potential risk to road users.
Police say someone could get hurt if an outbreak of "extremely unsafe" poaching continues in South Otago.