Government restrictions on where helicopters can fly make it difficult for hunters to find other places to hunt tahr, according to Tahr Foundation chairman Snow Hewetson.
There are fears the Government will move on to deer once it has succeeded in eradicating Himalayan tahr from two South Island national parks.
New Zealand farmer confidence may have rebounded as concerns about Covid-19 ease but it still remains deep in negative territory.
An Ashburton dairy farming company has been fined almost $300,000 for failing to ensure migrant workers understood health and safety risks.
The Department of Conservation has upset the Game Animal Council over a lack of ''meaningful consultation'' in regard to the management of Himalayan Tahr in the Southern Alps.
Ploughing stalwart John Stalker took to the field last weekend in the Mid Canterbury Vintage Machinery Club qualifying ploughing match.
Fifth-generation arable farmer Hamish Marr has spent the past year immersed in academia, travelling around the world to research glyphosate use. He talks to Toni...
The thought of being able to help people led to Gayle Litchfield joining the North Canterbury Rural Support Trust five years ago.
A top price of $35,500 was achieved at Meadowslea Angus stud’s bull sale in South Canterbury last month.
Totara Valley’s Stern Angus bull sale fetched an average price of $8400 and a top price of $21,000 for an animal sold to KayJay Angus, in the Wairarapa.
Kakahu Angus stud held its bull sale last month in what owner Tom Hargreaves said was a "relatively poor current climate."
Kaikoura farmers have thrown their support behind a Marlborough family, following a lockdown tragedy.