If Armageddon happened Barb Peel said she and husband Stuart would be ''alright'' on their Raes Junction farm.
Molecular biologist Bryan Williams paid for his Otago University studies by working in a shearing gang.
Wild Earth Wines' success at the Royal Easter Show Wine Awards earlier this month proves Central Otago wines can age gracefully, marketing and sales manager Elbert Jolink says.
Rabobank New Zealand chief executive Todd Charteris has always had a connection with farming - and the South.
North Canterbury young farmer Georgie Lindsay has made history, by qualifying for the prestigious FMG Young Farmer of the Year grand final.
Paul Dwyer interviews Mark and Pip Chittock, the owners of Waikato Stud, the country's biggest and most successful stud.
It was 20 years ago last week when Central Otago firefighters had to deal with two large fires, in the Waikerikeri Valley and Springvale area and in the Gorge Creek/Fruitlands area.
Switzerland now has a full team for the World Shearing and Woolhandling Championships in Le Dorat, France in July, thanks to a recent recruit who arrived in New Zealand last month.
Constantly upgrading their Texel flock for meatiness paid off for Glenham farmers Joy and Nathan Dodd with victory in the Gore A&P Show carcass competition.
Hawea-based Stacey Shuker is one of only a handful of qualified female hunting guides in New Zealand. She talks to Sally Rae about life in the hills.
Waikato shearer Emily Welch won the first Golden Shears event for women yesterday - after pushing organisers to include women at the 59th championships in Masterton.