University of Otago graduate Craig Bunt has been made the inaugural professor of Otago’s agricultural innovation programme.
It’s been a roller-coaster ride for South Canterbury farmers Kelly and Morgan Campbell since their cattle were the first in NZ to be depopulated due to Mycoplasma bovis. But they've come out the other side with a new business venture.
The Frame family recently celebrated 100 years of farming Burnbank in Teviot Valley. Shawn McAvinue talks to Bill and Gwenda Frame about how four generations have transformed the land.
Owen Rowland might have just celebrated his retirement after 50 years in the shearing shed — but he’s quick to point out he only did 49 on the handpiece.
Lake Hawea Station has been named the first farm in New Zealand to have a carbon footprint certified by environmental certifications provider Toitu Envirocare.
English veterinarian Raechel Parker says it wasn’t a hard decision to move down under in the middle of a global pandemic.
Central Southland dairy farmer Gary Sunshine-Tervit was feeling suicidal when his wife gave him an ultimatum.
A new wool clip grading course has been launched to give confidence to buyers and recognise the "important" work carried out by experienced woolhandlers.
Clutha police officer Jane Whitmore has followed husband and ex-cop Richard Whitmore down the rural postie route in South Otago, as Mary-Jo Tohill reports.
Growing up in Timaru, Roshean Woods never imagined she would one day compete in a Young Farmer of the Year grand final.