Alan Harvey's new job is proving great preparation for his tilt at the Young Farmer of the Year title.
Geraldine High School competitors will not be lacking support in the FMG Junior Young Farmer competition in Napier.
Mid Canterbury AgriKidsNZ regional winners, the AIS Fencers, have been racking up hours of training ahead of next month's grand final event in Napier.
Exasperated motorists leaving Hamilton’s Fieldays agricultural event reported a three-hour traffic pile-up in the carpark today, due to an accident on State Highway 1.
National Lamb Day was celebrated on May 24 at the place where New Zealand's frozen meat industry began 137 years ago - Totara Estate.
Dorie farmer Vaughan Jones has won the Mid Canterbury combined final of the Ravensdown and A&P association's Winter Feed competition.
The weather may have frowned upon the Little Rakaia Boating Club's fundraising gala last month, but the event was still deemed a success.
Mid Canterbury ploughman Matt Ridge in action during the contemporary event at the national championships in Chertsey.
Even though site bookings for the 2020 Southern Field Days only opened at noon last Friday secretary Sharon Paterson has already received more than 150.
Rain clouds threatened but never came to anything as a big crowd estimated at between 12,000 and 15,000 people converged on Fairlie for the 121st Mackenzie Highland A&P show on Easter Monday.
Tony Dobbs showed he is the best blade shearer in the country when he competed at the Mackenzie Highland A&P show in his home town of Fairlie at Easter.
Pumpkins, horses and magic. It might sound like Cinderella's ball, but this strange combination comprised the South Otago A&P Society's third annual Giant Pumpkin Day in Balclutha.
The country's most prestigious wool competition, the New Zealand Royal Golden Fleece Exhibition, will be held in Rangiora next month for the first time in its 50-year history.
The Methven A&P Show theme of ''Recreation in and around the Methven District'' highlighted regional recreational opportunities. Among the activities displayed were 4WD, football, mountain...
If you're driving past the Kaikorai Rugby Club in Dunedin and see a chap wielding a gumboot, it's most likely Kieran Fowler.
The Mayfield A&P Show on Saturday continued its point of difference from other shows with pig racing, an ear tag hunt (with a twist), pig chasing and tug of war competition; people against a team of Clydesdale horses.