Environment Canterbury approves a farm environment plan template for the Hook catchment.
The good thing about discussion groups is that you will get many varied opinions.
Pebbles is still sorting out Freddy's estate.
Farmers are bracing for an El Nino that could rival past droughts.
A block of weeds can be a weed patch or a "veritable salad bowl'.
Booklet available to farmers and growers on dealing with El Nino.
Farmers need to make sure their voices are heard
City singer Bex Murray has taken to farming life
Alistair and Jessica Midgley have been farming fallow deer for nearly 45 years.
Pebbles still has issues to deal with around Freddy's estate.
Farmers don't commit suicide because of tough times. They do it because tough times can trigger depression.
Manawatu farmers seek advice to look after their multi-million investments.
Timaru will host the annual New Zealand Grassland Association conference in 2016.
A Waimate farmer and zoologist is unable to get funding to research a possibly nitrogen-reducing plant.
As directors of the company owned by the late Farmer Freddy, Pebbles and Joe got together to talk about Freddy's farm.
Farmers face unique challenges in keeping themselves in good health.
Pebble's accountant has asked to talk to her about some loans in the family trust of which she is now trustee after Freddy's passing.
Northland romney expert Gordon Levet offers some words of advice from a breeder's perspective about buying rams.
Mixed season for Central North Island asparagus.
It's a hard road finding the perfect vehicle when you're a block owner.
The issues with the administration of Farmer Freddy's Estate were continuing.
Massey University's International Sheep Research Centre has the top tips for lambing after a hard winter to get the most out of a flock.
Farmers want course on better governance.
Even after 27 years getting to know the habits and quirks of bees, Murray Bush reckons there is still something special about the insect.
Analysis confirms advice that feeding maturing swede crops increases risk of ill-health in cows, DairyNZ says.
Gordon Levet sets out his views on what constitutes structural soundness in sheep.
Gordon Levet nters the debate on sheep selection – should it be on breed values or structural soundness, or both?
"It's a little bit like a cancer. Sometimes you can beat it, but sometimes it can beat you."
A new rural advisory group will not be used to throw rocks at the Marlborough District Council, its architect says.
Farming communities urged to watch out for the mental health of their members as belts tighten.