Bold sunflowers are brightening up Paul and Emma Carrol's South Canterbury farm.
Central Rural Life
Strong sheep and beef markets are providing the impetus for farmers to sell their properties across South Canterbury.
A Kaikoura teenager will follow in his father’s footsteps when he attends the FMG Young Farmer of the Year grand final in July.
The Lincoln University Dairy Farm is sticking with grass this winter, as it looks to prepare its cows for next season's calving.
A mid Canterbury company is fully behind the push to kick-start a home-grown industrial hemp (iHemp) economy, as he appreciates the benefits of hemp in food, fibre and medicine.
A leading advocate for biosecurity and a 30-year contributor to organisations that support growers have been honoured in Timaru.
Research into the use of Vapormate, or ethylformate (including CO2) as a potential fumigant to kill mites, and other insects infecting export apricots post harvest, is under way at Plant and Food...
The Methven Young Farmers Club was named Best NZ Young Farmers Club at the FMG Young Farmer of the Year awards in Invercargill recently.
A Government emissions report recommendation that land planted in forests will need to increase massively by between 1.3million and 2.8million hectares is causing ripples of concern among sheep and...
Saying ''yes'' has led to some ''pretty intense, but exciting'' off-farm challenges for Cameron Henderson.
Hook farmer Guy Wigley has replaced Peter Mitchell as the North Otago and South Canterbury representative on the Foundation for Arable Research (Far).
Velvet marketers have reported that by mid-December about two-thirds of the anticipated 725-tonne 2018-19 crop had been harvested.
Reducing their impact on the environment, is the aim of Milford dairy farmers Peter and Christine Bonifacio. Reporter Chris Tobin takes a closer look.