A Western Southland father and daughter duo went head-to-head at a dog sale.
Emotion got the better of Western Southland farmer Martha Broughton after catching a glimpse of her working dog Bryn in her rear-view mirror yesterday.
"Farmers need to stick together, work together and help each other along," dairy farmer Willy Leferink says.
Any rural and urban divide was well and truly closed last week when more than 1000 people rallied in downtown Ashburton as part of the nationwide Howl of a Protest.
Two Clydesdale teams were the star attractions on day one of two ploughing contests held in North Canterbury earlier this month.
Mid Canterbury arable farmer David Grant, of Methven, has won the Federated Farmers Arable Farmer of the Year Award 2021.
"It’s a little bit like that great Michael Jackson song — all I want to say is that they don’t really care about us."
Thousands of protesters and their dogs took a stand against several Government reforms in nearly 60 towns and cities across New Zealand on Friday. Shawn McAvinue asked people driving tractors and...
Farmers united across the South to protest against feeling over regulated and undervalued by the Government.
Farmer-owned co-operatives have come under fire from the farming community for telling staff they were not allowed to represent their company’s brand at last Friday’s Groundswell New Zealand protest.
Farmers and tradies descended on towns and cities for a Howl of a Protest around the country yesterday, including in centres throughout the South.
Groundswell NZ has urged those attending tomorrow’s protests ‘‘to show community solidarity in a peaceful and respectful manner’’.