Alliance Group’s annual result includes a $19.9million provision for back-paying employees for the time spent putting on and removing work-related protective gear and clothing.
Former New Zealand Pork chairman Ian Carter is saddened by a High Court ruling that the use of farrowing crates is unlawful, saying they save "millions" of piglets globally every year.
Authorities from the Chinese city of Jinan say they have found traces of Covid-19 on beef, tripe and packaging from New Zealand and a handful of other countries, Reuters reported.
Alliance Group’s application to renew a series of consents, including its permit to release treated wastewater from its Mataura processing plant into the Mataura River, has drawn some opposition.
Sirma Karapeeva began her new role as chief executive of the Meat Industry Association on April 9 this year — "slap bang in the middle of Covid".
It is more important than ever for Alliance Group to invest in Southland in the wake of uncertainty over the future of Tiwai Point aluminium smelter, chief executive David Surveyor says.
A Cromwell butchery has made standout snag for a summer barbecue, winning a gold medal in the Great New Zealand Sausage Competition.
When Ashley Gray was studying communications in Auckland, she dreamed of working for a large, "glossy" public relations agency.
Scott Technology has won a multimillion-dollar contract to build an X-ray lamb boning system for Alliance Group’s plant near Invercargill.
Jobs are in jeopardy in the meat processing and exporting sector unless the Government recognises the essential role of its skilled migrant workforce, the Meat Industry Association has warned.
This day-old Southland lamb survived this week’s weather bomb, but most farmers around Southland are still working out the cost of the snow.
Sheep numbers in New Zealand have dropped 2.3% over the past year to 26.21million — a far cry from the 57.85million recorded in 1990.
A South Canterbury farming family’s annual bull sale this year will show support to a rural charity feeding city missions and food banks.
When Lyn Jaffray walks out the door of Silver Fern Farms’ headquarters in Dunedin tomorrow, it will be the end of an era, as business and rural editor Sally Rae reports.
Wintering deer is good for the animals, good for the environment, good for the paddock and good for the farmer.