The dairy industry is feeling the heat from its wide array of critics.
There's always useful "rules of thumb" that can quickly let you assess issues, Graham Butcher writes.
Would a drone help on the farm? DairyNZ has some advice.
Sales for importer of US dairy genetics World Wide Sires New Zealand (WWSNZ) are booming and interest in genetic options increases.
Farmers must see consented farming in a positive light, says arable farmer Dave Birkett.
Facial eczema spores on rise in spite of rain and cool temperatures.
As people look to avoid cage-laid eggs, keeping chickens at home becomes popular.
Farmers need to get ready for synthetic milk and meat, says a KMPG agriculture manager.
The South Island Agricultural Field Days were a success, proving that agriculture is in good hands in 2017.
There is no simple answer to the question of who is liable if there is a significant effluent breach on a farm.
DairyNZ will highlight new technologies and tools for farmers in their upcoming Farmers' Forums.
There are many advantages to using trees as shelter on farms.
Livestock industry will have to mitigate greenhouse gases says NZ climate ambassador.
The South Island Agricultural Field Days has been a resounding success thanks to a loyal team of volunteers.
Grey weather and a bit of mud fails to deter crowds on the first day of the South Island Agricultural Field Days
Farmers are aware livestock greenhouse gas emissions - but reducing them in NZ is hard.
The secrets of a private, introverted farmer's heart have resonated with thousands.
A new drought monitor will help farmers keep a weather eye out.
Farmers should always consider the risk in court proceedings, writes Graham Butcher.
Overseer responds to criticism about its accuracy.
A Banks Peninsula farming couple is experimenting with clover regeneration on their hill side pastures with top results.
Changes to the definition of a carbon forest would help farmers benefit from trading in carbon credits.
OPINION: Allowing GM crops to be grown in NZ is a decision to be determined by government, not regional or district councils.
France's 1.2 million milking sheep compares with the New Zealand flock of 33,000.
Hundreds have tried to import water from the "Lourdes of the Pacific" - but it could do more harm than good.
More people trying sheep milk products and more producers in New Zealand.
A group of South Canterbury farmers gets together to take part in a farm environment plan workshop.
In less than two weeks time, 30,000 people will pour through the gates of the South Island Agricultural Field Days event.
Dairy price should stay around $6 a kilogram of milk solids next year says chief economist.
Consumers are demanding more oversight of food production, and NZ farmers will have to shape up.