Dogs of every shape and size, miniature ponies, cats, lambs and guinea pigs put aside their differences and got together for Fairton School's annual pet day last week.
Central Rural Life
Crowds flocked to the New Zealand Agricultural Show at Canterbury Agricultural Park in Wigram, Christchurch, last week.
A snapshot of an ageing Highland bull was the catalyst that spurred rural photographer Amanda King to take a personal project and grow it into a successful company reaching international markets.
Bex Hayman's remote South Canterbury home inspired the jewellery and clothing enterprise that has earned her a major award.
The response from rural New Zealand to the Government's proposed freshwater policy is ''at a scale that's taken their breath away'', Todd Muller says.
''It's like using a sledgehammer to crack a walnut'' and it's not going to work, Federated Farmers general manager policy and advocacy Gavin Forrest says.
New Zealand's greenhouse gas emissions have an impact of less than 1% globally but the country has to take a lead on the issue, Associate Prof Anita Wreford, from Lincoln University's Agribusiness ...
Planning is about to get under way for the 2021 South Island Agricultural Field Days, after a short winter break.
Hundreds of past and present members and invited guests of the Mid Canterbury Vintage Machinery Club gathered to officially open their club rooms, earlier this month, on site at the Ashburton A&...
Fonterra admits to getting its initial forecast wrong regarding output from a new multimillion-dollar mozzarella cheese plant at Clandeboye near Temuka.
Phoebe Topp is counting down the days until she embarks on an educational trip to learn about farming in Brazil.
If re-elected to Environment Canterbury, present deputy chairman Peter Scott says he will have his eyes on the top job.