Many a farmer through Central and Eastern Otago will know Jeremy Hore as the bloke that dropped off drench, picked up sick dogs and advised on animal health products in his sales role for a...
It was a big day for 14-year-old Charis Morrell, of Alexandra, when she won the junior woolhandling final at the Southland Shears and New Zealand Crossbred Lambs shearing and woolhandling...
‘‘It’s a dirty job but someone’s got to do it’ — words that couldn’t be more true than for woolshed cleaner Rodney Robinson.
East Otago farmer Will Heckler has found a handy mode of transport for getting to the beach and back from his Karitane holiday house: a vintage tractor.
After more than 40 years of breeding South Suffolks, Trevor and Doris McCall have decided to pass their Myola stud on to their grandson, Matt.
A new challenge to test the relationship between a horse and its owner is coming to Eastern Southland for the first time.
Bill Jelley (85) was "flat out" yesterday raking meadow hay on his 4ha farm at Mt Barker, near Wanaka. This is the 73rd hay-making season for Mr Jelley's Ferguson tractor.
Mid Canterbury dairy farmer Alister Body is stepping down from the Ruralco board to pursue ‘‘broader agribusiness interests’’.
Shearer Tamehana Karauria works in Central Otago. He's one of 800 shearers, wool handlers and farmers who've signed up for online, video-based learning platform Tahi Ngātahi, which aims to reduce workplace injuries.
Horticultural workshop host Ben Elms, also known as Dr Compost, of Wanaka, talks to The News about his love of the industry and how others can make the most of their garden, too.
AbacusBio managing director Anna Campbell is the 2019 Otago Daily Times Business Leader of the Year. She talks to business editor Sally Rae about her passion for her work and Otago.
After more than a decade working as a roving reporter and television presenter, Matt Chisholm has returned to his roots and with his family in tow has relocated to rural Central Otago for a new life.
Working in farming doesn’t always mean driving the tractor, herding the sheep or milking the cows, says Next Farm’s Sammi Stewart. She talks to business reporter Jacob McSweeny.
The farmer who topped the recent Christchurch ram fair with a Suffolk is just as fond of the Corriedale breed.
Tania Kiely admits to being ‘‘a bit daunted’’ as she looks ahead to next month’s Duvauchelle A&P Show.