North Canterbury sheep farmers prefer twins.
Central Rural Life
New Zealand's approach to greenhouse gas emissions is all wrong, South Canterbury farmer Mike Porter has decided after a recent trip to Argentina.
M. bovis cases that have plagued central South Island farmers for a long time will be sorted within 60 days.
Mycoplasma bovis has been confirmed on two properties in Mid Canterbury and a further 25 properties are under a notice of direction.
Empowering farmers working through the Mycoplasma bovis process involves Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) regional managers Charlotte Austin and Lydia Pomeroy working long hours.
Trees are creating plenty of interest among farmers recovering from the 2016 North Canterbury earthquake.
Michael Bennett is committing himself to support farmers recovering from the 2016 North Canterbury earthquake.
Opuha Water is calling Environment Canterbury's proposed water plan change 7 ''oversimplified'' and predicts if implemented, it will put some farmers out of business.
Farmers and growers were encouraged to make submissions on Environment Canterbury's proposed plan change 7 for the Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora (OTOP) zone at a meeting in Pleasant Point recently.
Sheep and cattle at A&P shows go together like candy-floss and Ferris wheels. Cattle have been missing at some shows recently in the wake of the Mycoplasma bovis outbreak but are set to make a...
South Canterbury farmers David and Jayne Timperley have long known the eating quality virtues of Simmental beef.
Cattle can be managed at an agricultural show.
A new above-ground irrigation pipe near Kurow, slammed by some as an eyesore, has consent to be there.
Gary Fleming’s efforts to advocate for the value of eucalyptus trees has been recognised.
History has been made at Alliance Group’s Smithfield plant with the appointment of Karen Morris as plant manager.
Most Canterbury farmers have farm environment plans, and only a small minority - largely individual farmers - are dragging the chain.
The past season has been hailed a success for the Lincoln University Dairy Farm.
Fewer lambs are expected in Canterbury this spring.
The success of an earlier book on drovers has prompted Timaru author Ruth Entwistle Low to write another, this time on shearers.
Rangitata Diversion Race Management Ltd (RDRML) chief executive Ben Curry has left the top job just short of 12 years in the role to lead McGrath Nurseries in Cambridge.