A heading dog that fetched a possible NZ record price in Gore today marked the occasion by lifting his leg on his new owner's gumboot.
A new wine tasting facility in the Cromwell basin will soon be offering wines from terroirs in two hemispheres.
The Ministry for Primary Industries remains confident it can eradicate M. bovis from New Zealand, Peter Bodeker says.
Rural Life sits down for a Q&A with former Southland/Otago Dairy Industry Awards regional manager and current committee member Darren Stenning.
Graham White's interest in dog trialling will take him to Ireland for the Irish National Sheep Dog Trials in August and then he will be judging his fifth transtasman test in Nelson in November.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand is to host a ''Thinking Outside the Box'' seminar with a positive spin, at the Gore RSA next month.
About 130 people, including farmers and contractors, and even some children, attended the inaugural Power Farming professional equipment expo at Waimumu last Wednesday.
A new levy on strawberry plants will likely be in place by February next year, despite a muted response to the levy vote by the nation's strawberry growers.
The country's third-largest coal burner, Fonterra, won't be installing any new coal boilers or increasing its capacity to burn coal at its 32 manufacturing sites across the country.
Wools of New Zealand (WNZ), the grower-owned wool export company, has appointed New Zealand Story director Rebecca Smith as its new chairwoman.
Contestants in this year's FMG Young Farmer of the Year grand final had an opportunity to drive around a South Otago farm while counting sheep - all without leaving Hawke's Bay.
Vineyard manager at Cromwell's Domaine-Thomson Simon Gourley will represent Central Otago at the Bayer New Zealand Young Viticulturist of the Year 2019 competition.
A Bay of Islands woman is distraught after attacks by wandering dogs left at least two dozen of her prized chickens dead.
Two months out from the start of the Rugby World Cup, rural fans are being encouraged to sort their internet connection before it is too late.
Korie Massey says milking his cows gives him time to dream and create scenarios for his fantasy novels.
The best course of action for Southland beekeepers at risk of American foulbrood disease was to be vigilant with checks for the disease, a meeting of beekeepers was told in Invercargill this week.