The ability of large dairy farms in the United States to increase their scale quickly could have an effect on the international dairy market.
Superior genetics earned a part-time dairy farmer a win for supreme champion Jersey cow at the Canterbury A&P Show.
Merinos are the ideal sheep for Marlborough, father-and-son team Ron and Tom Small say.
It was one and two for North Canterbury cattle breeders in the Meat and Wool Cup for supreme champion beef cattle entry at the Canterbury A&P Show.
Wools of New Zealand has launched an annual wool commitment programme, called Staple, for its growers.
The South Canterbury women behind Irricon Resource Solutions have been named Supreme Winners of the Enterprising Rural Women Awards.
The intensification of dairy farms by housing cows must be an informed investment decision based on clear goals and using the right tools for analysis, those in the industry in Mid Canterbury have been advised.
Oamaru farmer Owen Booth believes goat meat has a big future.
Young farmers were out in force to promote agriculture to the next generation at the Canterbury A&P Show recently.
Waimate's main strawberry fields escaped last week's hailstorm and are looking good for the season.
North Otago's most famous produce is being harvested for the new season.
Goats have become an increasingly popular attraction at A&P shows throughout the country and it was no different at the Amberley Domain on November 1.
Sarah O'Connell is a young farmer going places.
Being on a monitor farm for the nitrate leaching research project, Grant and Jan Early know there will be additional work ahead but they feel the benefits will be worth it.
A worldwide drop in dairy cow fertility has spurred a New Zealand study.
New Zealand's sheep and beef industry is at a ''critical juncture'', a leader says.
The clover root weevil ravaging pasture throughout the South Island is meeting its match.
Research and development is a top priority for DairyNZ in the coming year, chief executive Tim Mackle says.
New Zealand's meat exports earned a record $5.3 billion in 2013-14, thanks to high average values.
The wool levy referendum may have revealed divisions among farmers, but both sides agree it was well worthwhile.