Makikihi orchardist Ben Geaney is the 2017 Central Otago Young Fruit Grower of the Year.
Central Rural Life
Mark Lilley has been nervously awaiting the premiere of a film featuring his local poultry club.
Fonterra has come to the rescue of a huge project at South Canterbury's Te Runanga o Waihao marae.
Farming with the environment has paid off for Oxford dairy farmers Lance and Wendy Main.
Oamaru secondary schools are answering the national call for more young people to consider careers in the primary sector.
A 22-year-old Kurow man has returned from representing New Zealand in Australia in both his career and sport.
Seeing was believing at last week's Waihao Wainono Community Catchment Group field day.
Nature has served a blow to South Canterbury's arable farmers, following a wetter than usual April.
This year’s harvest is ripening slowly in Waitaki Valley’s vineyards and the season will be remembered as a difficult one thanks to the weather.
Dedicated ploughers will be eyeing up a place on the national stage when the next New Zealand Ploughing Championships qualifying event takes place in Timaru.
A South Canterbury farm has proved environmental gains can be made while production improves, scientists say.
The Handy Landys are heading to Kaikoura.
They had never grown the wheat variety Oakley before and it was susceptible to disease, but Eric and Maxine Watson still managed to set a world record for the yield harvested from the crop.
Mozzarella production will double to meet export demand Fonterra’s latest investment, the $240 million expansion of its Clandeboye site, will increase the plant’s production of mozzarella cheese for the global market.
A potential pest which could threaten red clover crops has been found in New Zealand.
Plans are under way to establish a farmlet at Waimate High School.
A young man who went into dairy farming after ''falling in with the wrong crowd'' at school is earning accolades.
A passion for the mohair industry and a desire to share it with others has resulted in Ashburton woman Donece McEwan being recognised by fellow mohair producers.
Maximising beef production is the focus of two field days next week.
With mohair fetching three times more than sheep's wool, mohair producers are keen to attract more people into the industry.