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Before she met her dairy farmer partner, hairdresser Ashleigh Sinclair did not own a pair of gumboots and was scared of cows.
Dairy farm owner and cherry orchardist Raewyn van Gool is one of the three new Otago Community Trust trustees.
It has been a tough start to the season in more ways than one for many farmers: snow fell as lambs dropped, tucker has been tight and the Government threw some interesting new regulations into the...
A trip to Wellington as part of the Meat Industry Association scholarship programme helped convince Ella Zwagerman she was on the right career path.
Mayfield dairy farmer Frances Beeston has been appointed the new Rural Support Trust (RST) Mid Canterbury co-ordinator.
South Canterbury farmer and agribusiness leader Nicky Hyslop believes the Government’s freshwater reforms provide a good opportunity for farmers to strengthen political engagement and demonstrate...
A South Canterbury farming family’s annual bull sale this year will show support to a rural charity feeding city missions and food banks.
South Canterbury wool advocate Tim Black felt privileged to have the ear of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern last week, during her stop for a function in the region.
A velvet expert has urged farmers to stay optimistic about the future of New Zealand's velvet trade.
An early decision to work in the dairy industry has ensured a bright future for one former North Islander who is now working towards farm ownership in South Canterbury.
A job loss has brought Mosgiel man Steve Morris back to his agricultural roots, and the 55-year-old is glad of it.
When Colin "Mouse" O’Neill first considered setting up as a shearing contractor five years ago, he knew it was a big risk, and he had his family’s future at stake.
Maggie Ruddenklau received her $1500 tertiary scholarship from the Upper Clutha A&P Society last year, at exactly the right time.
A South Canterbury-based farm hand hopes to shed light on people with disabilities who have been overlooked for employment.