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The Green Party is criticising the government for its lack of delivery on a promise to ban some aspects of rodeo.
The animals were in charge at the Lawrence Rodeo on Saturday, as some of rodeo’s leading riders fought to stay on top.
A Perendale ram from the Gardyne family’s Klifden stud in the Ida Valley topped this year’s Gore ram fair, selling for $15,500.
Ask Dunedin entrepreneur Tim Ryan to describe the nine months since launching Otis Oat Milk — New Zealand’s first oat milk producer — and he quips "probably insane".
With the recent spell of fine weather, most waters are at a level that would be considered normal at this time of year — good news for us anglers. The trout are feasting on willow grubs and,...
A recently widowed Marlborough dairy farmer says a logging operation that has sprung up on a neighbouring property is likely to destroy her farm.
Summer arrived weeks later than usual, and the poor start to the season meant both contractors and farmers working long hours to catch up on cultivation, baleage and silage-making, making hay while...
A New Zealand record was set when a Brock Deer velvet stag sold for $102,000 at the on-farm sale at Merino Downs last Wednesday night.
One person suffered moderate injuries after a tractor rolled in Chain Hills Rd, near Mosgiel, this morning.
When it comes to the future of farming, Omarama farmer Trent Spittle believes it will be the end users of products who will decide what happens on farm.
Crop circles may be a rarity in Southland, but one pilot has proved Southland farmers are not against mowing political statements into their fields.
Rural Support Trust Mid Canterbury chairman Peter Reveley says the trust, which was set up in 1991 with just seven members, comprising representatives of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry ...
Mid Canterbury’s rural community, like many nationwide, is feeling increasing pressure on issues of farm management, including environmental challenges, an increasing tide of sometimes poorly...
Local Dunedin startup wool network AgMatch has attracted the eye of one of Australia’s biggest retail groups, Frontline.
A decision to fund ‘‘pre-audit checks’’ instead of another farm workshop has paid dividends for farmers in the Kaikoura Plains Recovery Project.
More than a decade of conservation work has resulted in a North Canterbury farmer establishing one of the most significant restored wetlands in the region.