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.
Understanding new agriculture technology is not rocket science, writes Callum Eastwood.
Scientists at Lincoln University have found a fine mesh will protect potatoes from pests.
Fonterra is inviting community groups to apply for its latest round of grassroots funding.
Lawyer Sarah McKenzie breaks down what to do if an employee is off due to injury.
South Canterbury farmers are urged to attend a meeting in Fairlie to learn the outcomes of a water investigation.
Philip and Anne Munro show that farm health and safety isn't all about filling in forms.
Women lead most succession planning say a banker and rural advisor.
Farm foresters will check out the deep canyon at Goulter's Gully and other erosion-prone land during a conference.
A new report by WorkSafe New Zealand shows that work-related health effects are an even bigger killer than accidents on our farms. Tony Benny reports.
Beef+Lamb New Zealand will tell the story that underpins our red meat industry.
The use of antibiotics in treating livestock is coming under increased scrutiny across the globe.
Farmers are positive about the coming autumn in South Canterbury.
Indonesian academics are fascinated about the Kiwi way of feeding cattle and keeping them healthy.
The investment farmers make in effluent storage can be jeopardised by poor storage pond capacity or sealing.
The red clover casebearer moth has been found in Mid-Canterbury, but its effect on clover seed production is unknown.
Earthworms act as biological aerators and physical conditioners of the soil.
More dairy cows were not in calf after a wet spring.
New Food and Consumer Sensory Science chairwoman explores why dairy consumers buy products.
Graham Butcher suggests all ewes need to have a condition score of 3.5.
Three Manawatu and Hawke's Bay locals are in the finals for the best lamb competition.
A wet summer is putting pressure on even once a day dairy farmers.