A South Otago water care group is calling for its second phase of development to be farmer-led.
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Agricultural technology developed in Otago could play a role in helping manage disease in children in developing countries.
The tahr cull in the Southern Alps has been called off until next year to allow Doc to make sure future operations are safe and to get over the shock after the tragic helicopter crash near Wanaka last month.
Simon (left) and Allan Paterson explain the finer points of merino judging at a junior judging competition at Armidale, Gimmerburn recently.
The value of irrigation to Mid Canterbury's landowners was showcased to the thousands of people visiting the 141st annual Ashburton A&P Show on Friday and Saturday.
As Mid Canterbury farmers deal with a some high-profile farming challenges, agriculture minister Damien O'Connor is reminding them to remember the light at the end of the tunnel.
The New Zealand Ploughing Association executive team gathered in Mid Canterbury last week to inspect the ground for the 2019 New Zealand Ploughing Championships, to be held in Chertsey next year.
After over 30 years as a researcher a doctor's most recent discovery is one of her most exciting yet, and could be a benefit for New Zealand farmers.
Farmlands has more than doubled its profit in the year to June 30, while revenue is also up more than 10%.
Early 1900s technology is playing a role in movie-making, scientific research, and textile art, which is being sent all over the world.
Farmers are urged to make submissions on the latest consultation on how the much-maligned National Animal Identification and Tracing scheme can be improved.
John and Pam Chapman, of Como Villa Estate, near Alexandra, are hoping to have a replica blacksmith smithy on site by March next year, to complement their stables, restored stone cottage, and...
Claims by animal rights group Farmwatch of animal mistreatment and cruelty at a Timaru pig farm have not been upheld by the Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI), which has given a warning to the...
Fish no longer die and hours of labour have been saved each day after a new ''quantum leap'' piece of equipment was installed as part of the Galloway Irrigation Company's pumping system recently.
The Jones family, from Matarae Station, have been recognised for the hard work and effort that goes into producing their high quality merino wool.
Italian textile company Reda Group hosted an annual conference for its New Zealand wool growers at Rippon Vineyard, Wanaka, last week. Sally Rae was invited toattend.