By Jenny Jago – DairyNZ strategy and investment portfolio manager
All those red, brown and grey wrigglers are a sure sign of a healthy patch.
Understanding cashflow means farmers can manage their business well.
Amendments to employment legislation do not necessarily mean farmers' costs have increased, says New Plymouth lawyer Phil McCarthy.
If Irish farmers are any guide, their Kiwi counterparts could do well to better look after their health.
A new book about the milk business asks the hard questions rather than answering them.
Lamb finishing, hogget mating and weaner deer trials using FarmIQ software are all underway at Telford.
DairyNZ reckons mental wellness is a good yarn worth spreading.
Opinion: Company directors sometimes forget that they are representing shareholders and need to keep them informed.
Changes to employment law that were designed to prohibit zero hour contracts may increase costs for farmers and other businesses where work is performed on-call.
Winter has finally decided to arrive, with snow well down the mountains.
Award-winning fleece stood out for its “style, colour, handle and sex appeal".
Small grazing steps can help reduce run-off of nutrients into water from farmland.
The owners of Mt Peel and Raincliff station have led the way in pooling deer knowledge among farmers.
Kiwi scientists are earning the respect of international researchers for their work in reducing livestock methane emissions.
The old saying 'production is vanity; profit is sanity' is profound right now.
OPINION: Living where we do first aid is vital, knowing that any further aid is more than an hour away.
Debunking many of the myths around visitors and hosting events on farms.
Herefords from Uruguay and Argentina should not be under-estimated, says South Canterbury cattle breeder Eoin McKerchar.
Too much nitrogen in farming systems can have serious environmental consequences.
There's more to buying a good bull than meets the eye.
Farmers are hoping an introduced weevil will control the weed field horsetail.
Agriculture needs a new concept if it to play its part in limiting global warming.
Nitrogen losses into waterways differ among land types.
Hazelnut trees have potential to soak up nitrogen leaching.
There has been a seminar on the best way for farmers to cope with stress during busy times.
South Canterbury farmers will put their troubles to one side during a BBQ night on May 18.
Farmers are being urged to use all their pasture as the cheapest feed available.
A near-perfect autumn planting has brought cheer to South Canterbury's grain and seed farmers.