Southern Rural Life reporter Yvonne O’Hara attended the Netherdale Red Deer Stud sale at Balfour on January 15.
Terrier racing, sheep shearing and a well-attended petting zoo were just some of the attractions at this year’s Winton A&P Show.
Sheep shearers and woolhandlers of Southland and beyond gathered at the Winton A&P Show on Saturday to test their ovine shaving and sorting skills.
The Lake County A&P Society has four new life members who, between them, have been involved for almost 95 years.
Pendarves Young Farmers, Farm Strong and Rakaia’s Railway Tavern are hosting a Young Farmers speed shear competition.
People flocked to New Zealand’s most scenic showgrounds for the Duvauchelle A&P Show on Saturday, January 11.
Despite chilly, windy weather, numbers attending the Wyndham Harness Racing Club’s race day at Cromwell Racecourse pleased organisers.
A huge crowd and a few protesters turned out for the annual Wanaka Rodeo at the Farmbuild South Arena near Albert Town.
Clayton (7) and Hunter (5) Perkins and Blake Mouat (10) pose with horse Buzzer at the Te Anau Rodeo yesterday.
Big skies and bucking thrills from about 200 competitors wowed an audience of about 500 fans at the Maniototo Rodeo at the Maniototo Rodeo Ground, near Ranfurly, yesterday.
After weeks of inclement weather, the organisers of 154th annual Tokomairiro A&P show were pleased the day dawned hot and dry on Saturday in Milton.
Accommodation will be in demand in Gore and surrounding areas in May by spectators, supporters and competitors involved in the New Zealand and South Island dog trial competitions.