The symbolism of inheriting her late boyfriend’s black huntaway, Jess, is not lost on Elle Perriam.
It is probably just as well that Laura Douglas has ditched her stiletto heels, given her days can include chasing errant pigs.
When Dunedin animal scientist Bruno Santos travels to Australia next week for his graduation, it will be extra special.
Colderidge Downs, in the Rakaia Gorge, looks like paradise, but the Coleridge Down Training Farm is home to hands-on hard-yards-style training for youth with a passion for agriculture and the...
As Queenstown farmers Mike and Gemma Smith have expanded their business interests into the town, they have brought dozens of the town’s children a taste of the country.
Claims a South Westland farmer left a cow hoisted for an unacceptably long time are being investigated.
ASB has trimmed its milk price forecast by 25c to $6.25c on the back of another fall in global dairy prices.
Horticulture and dairy are the driving forces behind a forecast 2.5% increase in New Zealand primary industry export revenue for the year to June 2019.
You may not expect to see a female behind the wheel of a truck and trailer unit heading down the road, but one Dunedin truckie says it's becoming more common.
When Hamish Pinckney is not farming on his and wife Kathryn's sheep and beef farm near Edendale, he can sometimes be found refereeing Saturday morning netball games in Gore.
Canterbury's View Hill Pony Club's red team lifted the Springston Trophy at the Oamaru Racecourse on October 7, going one better than its second placing last year.
The latest in the crusade against weeds and pests is the topic of a field day being held tomorrow in the Hakataramea Valley. It is the second field day organised by the newly-formed Hakataramea Sustainability Collective.
A vast "wine lake" of 100,000 litres of Gewürztraminer is currently waiting to be sold at a Poverty Bay vineyard, which has gone into receivership.