Mustering sheep is all in a day's work for North Canterbury's Georgie Lindsay.
Central Rural Life
After a lifetime of helping others in her community, and beyond, Mid Canterbury Federation of Women's Institutes president Mavis Wilkins has been awarded the highest honour in the Women's Institute...
South Canterbury and North Otago's big meat processing companies will soon scale down operations for winter maintenance.
In early days, pioneering families on the land in New Zealand were almost totally self-sustaining, producing their own food.
A cross-political-party grouping of MPs in Parliament taking a combined approach in dealing with the Ministry of Primary Industry's response to Mycoplasma bovis is being welcomed by farmers.
An Auckland dietitian says there is insufficient evidence to prove that a plant-based diet has healthier outcomes than eating red meat.
The Government's science behind the Zero Carbon Bill is wrong, Federated Farmers chief executive Terry Copeland says, and they are going to fight them over it.
An ageing membership of Federated Farmers is a concern for the organisation, chief executive Terry Copeland says.
The Government's methane emission targets will create some real pain for the country, South Canterbury Federated Farmers president Jason Grant says.
Dorie farmer Vaughan Jones has won the Mid Canterbury combined final of the Ravensdown and A&P association's Winter Feed competition.
Supporting industry, personal development and a sense of duty are some of the reasons to take their volunteer work to the next level, according to guest speakers at the recent Women in Arable meeting.
Ashleigh Foley has been receiving ''a bit of banter'' from her clubmates since being chosen for the National Fieldays' Rural Catch competition.
North Canterbury farmer Roscoe Taggart believes continuous innovation is vital for sustainable arable farming.
National Lamb Day was celebrated on May 24 at the place where New Zealand's frozen meat industry began 137 years ago - Totara Estate.
Children from two North Otago schools helped to plant out a stretch of land near the mouth of the Kakanui River on Thursday. Twenty-five Maheno School pupils got started, then were joined by a...
Concerns of highly productive farmland being sold and turned into forestry are being voiced for parts of South Canterbury, North Canterbury and Otago, a Wairarapa lobby group says.