Southland-Otago has 39 entries into this year’s regional New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards (NZDIA) competition and entrants are now preparing their on-farm presentations for the first round of...
Teegan Hall, of Waianiwa, and Dacre’s Kimberley Simmons both won top honours at an annual dairy youth camp near Gore earlier this month.
Upper Clutha farmer Sarah Jamieson says being part of a Red Meat Profit Partnership Action Group is "amazing".
A thermal imaging camera with artificial intelligence (AI) has learned to identify a wallaby’s body heat signature up to about 30m away.
If you turn Maniototo upside down and give it a good shake, you will be surprised at what falls out, animal pest adviser Kevin Allan says.
Hungry tiger worms are making short work of shredded sheep pelts and the resulting vermicast output is significantly improving growth in trial plots of pasture grass, and a barley and pea blend.
In an odd twist of fate, nearly 100ha of an Otokia dairy farm now looks like a little piece of the drought-stricken Australian Outback not because of a lack of water, but because there has been too...
Two days in intensive care, 10 days in hospital and months of rehabilitation after a head injury last year has not put Chloe McKenzie off riding. She returned to the saddle after just...
"It was tough at the end" but Gore shearer Megan Whitehead battled the afternoon blues to set a world shearing record.
In an odd twist of fate, nearly 100ha of an Otokia dairy farm now looks like a piece of the Australian Outback — not because of a lack of water, but because there has been too much of it.
A Southland blueberry orchard manager is grateful the operation has not been hit as hard as those of Central Otago’s fruitgrowers despite a late start to the season.
Gore shearer Megan Whitehead has smashed the women's world record, clipping 661 lambs in nine hours at a Croydon Bush woolshed.
The $50 million loss incurred by Central Otago’s cherry growers this season impacts growers, jobs and the New Zealand economy.
Golden weather and free entry were the magic ingredients for a huge turnout at the 106th Lake Hayes A&P Show near Queenstown on Saturday.