Beef + Lamb New Zealand says it has "farmers’ backs" and will not stop advocating for them over the controversial freshwater rules.
Total grain production for the 2019-20 season was well up over one million tonnes, despite contracts for malting barley, used in kegged beer, being down on sales last year.
North Otago and South Canterbury farmers are being encouraged to get off their farms and into the waves this summer.
Reduced global demand for higher-value beef and lamb cuts in the year ahead will reduce New Zealand farm-gate prices for beef and sheepmeat from the record highs experienced over recent seasons, a...
Up to 60 overseas shearers will be allowed to enter the country between January and March to help fill a gap in the local workforce.
For central and western parts of the lower South Island, a La Niña summer means drier conditions and a higher risk of drought.
There is some rain forecast for the weekend and early next week, but hopefully not enough to spoil the chances of catching a fish.
The New Zealand Rural Land Company has launched an initial public offering, seeking to raise between $75 million and $150 million to buy rural land to then lease to farmers.
A Lawrence couple wants to prove there is more to honey than as a spread. Rebecca Fox talks to Dana and Megan Young about keeping it small.
Members of the Dunedin Beekeepers Club were abuzz with excitement to celebrate a special anniversary.
Bruce Abbott acknowledges he has got a lot out of the wool industry and, conversely, he always felt he should put something back.
The newly formed Strong Wool Action Group is getting "tremendous" support, executive officer Andy Caughey says.
A new apiary has been set up at Folster Gardens, where the benefit of resident bees is evident in the floral blooms.
Former New Zealand Pork chairman Ian Carter is saddened by a High Court ruling that the use of farrowing crates is unlawful, saying they save "millions" of piglets globally every year.
Ashburton district has a growing number of confirmed Mycoplasma bovis cases but officials say it is not widespread — just an isolated cluster connected by animal movements.