Two veteran shearers have demonstrated various techniques to pupils at Tinwald School today.
A young backpacker's innocent social media post looking for local farm work in New Zealand has taken a nasty turn.
Fonterra wants all dairy processors to be subject to the same milk price rules that it has to comply with under the sector's legislation, Dira.
High country farmers have been thrown a curve ball as Land Information Minister Eugenie Sage yesterday announced proposed regulatory changes as to how 171 farmer-leaseholders in the South Island...
People flocked from far and wide to enjoy the various aspects at this year's Central Otago A&P Show, one of many in the area taking place in the coming weeks.
Wyndham sheep and beef farmer Matt McRae was named the Otago-Southland Young Farmer of the Year in Milton on Saturday night.
Irrigation New Zealand chairwoman Nicky Hyslop is vying for a place on Beef+Lamb New Zealand's board.
A large operation is under way today in the Auckland suburb of Devonport to tackle the discovery of a Queensland fruit fly on Thursday.
Perfect South Island weather drew a crowd of about 400 to the St James Station horse sale near Hanmer Springs.
Improvements are already being made in many areas highlighted in the Mycoplasma bovis Technical Advisory Group's report, response head Geoff Gwyn says.
Biosecurity teams and fruit and vegetable growers are on alert after a Queensland fruit fly was found in Auckland.
The debate among farmers, conservationists and outdoor recreation groups on what should replace the soon-to-be scrapped tenure review process is already up and running.
Commerce Commission approval has been given for the sale of PGG Wrightson's seed and grain business to Denmark-based DLF Seeds.
Rubber product manufacturer Skellerup has turned in a record $13.4million half year after tax profit, largely through strong growth in its industrial division.
Federeated Farmers says it will support the reintroduction of a compulsory wool levy, but only if there is a sound plan of action.
The recent run of warm, dry weather has ensured ideal river conditions for fishing over the last week.
The government is scrapping the policy of selling leasehold high country Crown land to farmers, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has confirmed.