On a bitterly cold mid winter afternoon on the Knobby Range Rd, a group of Roxburgh and Teviot Valley farmers pore over a map pinned to the bonnet of a ute.
Record prices for logs and beef have pushed up overall exports to a record $6 billion in the year to June.
Texel stud breeders Alistair and Karen McLeod sold their grazing block in Central Otago to move to the Maniototo to continue their dream of breeding a better sheep.
Fundraising and staying connected with their rural community has helped Foothills Young Farmers to be named Best Young Farmers Club in the country.
As a dry autumn stunted grass growth, farmers were putting out the ram in parts of Otago and Southland. Reporter Shawn McAvinue speaks to sheep pregnancy scanners in the South about the trends...
New Zealand meat exporters are losing patience over their inability to get product into Northern Ireland after Brexit.
The way the Government is promoting new rules for tail-docking sheep is frustrating, a South Otago farmer says.
A nationwide drought, followed by a Canterbury flood: with the recent cold blast, farmers throughout Otago and Southland are wondering what the winter will throw at them.
North Canterbury farmers are taking stock of flood damage, as it adds to winter maintenance workloads.
When the Holland family first moved to Culverden in 2000, running sheep and cattle studs was not on the horizon.
North Otago pig farmer Ian Carter has joined a call for new legislation to force producers of imported pork to meet NZ's animal welfare standards.
A "feel good" field day near Gore next weekend aims to improve the wellbeing of young people in rural communities.
A relatively unknown French cattle breed has kept a Catlins farmer passionate about improving his herd and pitting it against others in competition.
Angus stud breeders Donald and Leigh Whyte and Ryan and Sarah Hussey, of Mt Possession Angus, have sold a rising 2-year-old bull for an impressive $88,000.
ACC claims for injuries in meat processing plants have taken a dip. Reporter Shawn McAvinue visited Alliance Group's Pukeri plant to see changes being made to improve health and safety.
An Australian boy’s dream of a career in the pastoral industries was born during an annual working holiday on a Strath Taieri farm.