Romney breeder Gordon Levet has advice for farmers on how to reduce the impact of facial eczema.
Increasing milk production does not necessarily generate more profit.
Quakes come and go but crops have to be harvested and winter planting done.
Working the land is no longer in its pioneering phase when people took risks and endured pain, dairy farmer says.
Get the selection of the right ram for your farm wrong and it can be costly.
In the middle of a serious drought and with poor prices around, things were already shaky enough.
Are cover crops the way to cut risk and costs for farm production? One of the world's most influential farmers shares his message.
A fantastic spring for South Canterbury farmers is setting them up well for the summer.
After a long wait the NZ shearing and woolhandling team has been announced.
New legislation simplifies the requirements for on-farm health and safety.
If you're feeling helpless after the earthquake earlier this week, here are some things you can do.
Achieving consistent residuals in paddocks in the last couple of grazing rounds has been difficult for Taranaki dairy farmers.
The achievements of the top 20 per cent of farmers show the huge potential for the rest to increase on-farm performance.
Always check tenancy references before allowing workers to rent farm properties.
A sheep disease passes on blindness and small eyes to lambs.
Ike Williams says farmers need to be wary of being suckered or bamboozled by ram buying.
Another dry spell could lay head for some South Canterbury farmers.
Future livestock will be healthier and emit less methane gas as a result of modern grasses.
Planning is key to managing cashflow and profit.
Getting children interested in agriculture is important if we want our future agriculture workforce to come from within New Zealand.
Farmers bid farewell to a challenging El Nino weather system.
Farmers hear a range of strategies to deal with nutrient run-off at a field day at Tapanui.
Farming continues to be NZ's most dangerous occupation, over three times more hazardous than construction.
On March 1 2016, the new Food Act 2014 came into force.
Farmers should ensure they have at least one bull for every 30 non-pregnant cows.
Methven farmer opens up about depression battle to address rural NZ's mental illness stigma.
Chartered accountant Kerry Adams discusses the issues involved in succession for farm owners.
Farm leasing can be difficult, writes Graham Butcher.
Drones can be useful in farming, but breaking the rules comes with costs.
Choosing a bank is one of the most important decisions a business owner has to make.