A film featuring Alexandra woolhandler and shearer Pagan Karauria is set to screen in Alexandra next week.
Traditional agricultural methods have largely been consigned to history as technology has taken over the industry, Thornbury Enterprises co-owner Iain Bulling says.
Country women are still facing a high level of isolation, the president of Rural Women New Zealand (RWNZ) says.
FMG's farmer wellness programme, Farmstrong, has released the outcomes of its first survey of farming women.
Stefan and Annalize du Plessis, of Dipton, are proof that entering the New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards can do good things for business and career.
Traditional agricultural methods have largely been consigned to history as a wave of technology has taken over the industry, Thornbury Enterprises co-owner Iain Bulling says.
Orchard workers Matt Mohamad, Donald Toms and Shanon Davie, all of Roxburgh, dig holes to plant new, as yet commercially unnamed, apricot varieties on Gary Bennett's Teviot orchard last week as...
The whine of the electric hand-piece will be heard from many shearing shed throughout the country as the days begin to heat up.
Annabel Bulk was thrilled when she heard her name announced as the winner of the 2108 Bayer Young Viticulturist of the Year recently, but it was flavoured with a note of disbelief.
Swannanoa brothers Tyler (9, left) and Lucas (12) Waghorn are proud of ewe Tiny Little Big’s four lambs.
Temuka teacher and Timaru Young Farmers Club member Sarah Stark had the time of her life on a working exchange organised by NZ Dairy Careers earlier this year.
Showing youth the fun side of farming is what the new president of the Palmerston and Waihemo A&P Association hopes to do.
Ever wondered what it’s like being a vet on the Taieri? Reporter Ella Stokes catches up with Donald Murray, from Murrays Veterinary Clinic in Mosgiel, to see what it involves.
The daughter of Waitaki Valley dairy farmers has been awarded this year's $2000 North Otago Federated Farmers-ANZ rural tertiary scholarship.