Luxury Italian textile-maker Reda has celebrated 30 years of farm ownership in the central South Island.
The Southland Arable Hub is set to host a pre-harvest trials tour and growers leading change discussion meeting.
A call is being made for farmers to open their gates to the public for a national open farm day next year.
Nearly 40 South Devon cattle enthusiasts from around the world are in New Zealand for a conference and national tour, which included a stop on the Taieri last week.
Otago Daily Times/Rural Life Year of the Farmer competition winner Myfanwy Alexander held a Year of the Farmer celebration at her Duntroon home last night.
The South Devon Cattle Society World Conference visited Loch Lomond stud, south of Dunedin on the Taieri last week.
A sixth win in the Meat and Wool Cup by a South Devon bull has earned the van Asch family bragging rights among beef breeders at the Canterbury A&P Show.
Recognising the signs a cow is on heat is crucial to a successful mating, a Southland dairy farmer says.
Reporter Shawn McAvinue spends five minutes speaking to sheep and beef farmer Grant McNaughton, of North Otago.
Staff from the 15 Pāmu farms in the Te Anau basin have been learning how to test stream health, water quality and how to discover what species are living in the waterways on their farms.
Sheep and beef farmer John Cowie (left) speaks about his QEII conservation work to protect and restore native vegetation and special habitat on Ōtāpiri Farm in central Southland earlier this month.
A government move to prefer the use of wool in its buildings has been described as "fantastic" by an Otago wool campaigner.
Freeway Orchard owner Kristin Jackson checks the taste of the first of the season’s cherries picked for her Cromwell orchard shop.
Challenging and enthralling. That’s how marketer turned man-of-the-land Carlos Bagrie describes the past few years on Royalburn Station.
A South Otago dairy farmer is using Canadian genetics in a bid to curb frustrations from a lack of udder longevity in his herd.