The grand finale of the 2019-20 rodeo season has become a casualty of Covid-19.
A couple of blank spots remain in the Palmerston Collie Club’s dog trial history and the club’s hopes to forge ahead with its centennial celebration this weekend were quashed after the committee...
A tour of seven Mackenzie and Waitaki merino studs ‘‘ snuck in’’ before cancellations caused by Covid-19, organiser Will Murray said.
The Methven A&P Association may suffer a financial blow with the cancellation of last weekend’s show but community support has been humbling, president Adam Glass says.
The A&P show movement remains ‘‘resilient’’ in the face of cancellations, Royal Agricultural Society (RAS) executive officer Debbie Cameron says.
Women won all three placings in the West Coast-Top of the South Dairy Trainee of the Year competition.
The Mayfield A&P Show drew a large crowd enjoying a great community day out with events and activities to suit young and old.
When Roddy Kidd proposed having a shearing competition at the Oxford A&P Show back in 1971, he was told it would never catch on.
Unlike most events around the country this week, the Wanaka Collie Dog Club’s dog trials at Glendhu Bay went ahead yesterday, almost as usual.
New Zealand's National Fieldays, billed as the largest agricultural event in the southern hemisphere, won't be going ahead in June due to the covid-19 outbreak.
This year's Great Easter Bunny Hunt is still on although it has been postponed until Queen's Birthday Weekend, says convener Dave Ramsay.
World Federation of Merino Breeders president Will Roberts reckons he has never seen the merino industry has never been so good as it is now.
Jane Shennan is on a mission to tell the story of her great-grandfather — a prominent figure in Otago’s early pastoral history.
Paul Dwyer wraps up Day 1 of the Wanaka A&P Show and talks to the show's event manager Jane Stalker.