Crowdfunding is being used to raise cash for a cow prebiotic product.
Farmers should be interested in the financial statements and tax returns coming in from their accountants for the 2015/16 season.
Think ahead for next winter's crops.
Bypassing RMA conditions for waterways can be hard on the pocket as some farmers have found out.
Understanding your finances will help you make your money work for you.
A farmers' group is concerned about the risk of suicide for farmers and wants to reach out.
Ike Williams spells out the difference between the value of marketing organics and mainstream food.
Kiwi farmers have put their own touch on wagyu cattle to avoid the indulgent, beer-swilling stereotype.
A warning as well as 'measured encouragement' to manuka planters
Spring is the ideal time to apply fertiliser, says Farmwise consultant Alicia Riley.
Andrew Morrison reflects on the past four years and the future of sheep and beef farming in Southland.
Publishing names of farmers who breach ECan water rules could breach the law, Taranaki lawyer suggests.
Scientists at Scion Research have been successful in winning a sustainable farming fund to evaluate the giant willow aphid.
ECan backtracks on claim all farmers now complying with water usage rules, admitting "a couple" might go to court.
Agribusiness director Pita Alexander warns farmers about becoming too inwardly focused.
Provisional tax payments can weigh upon farmers but help is at hand.
The winter has been warm, but it's not over yet - the coldest weather normally hits in the next few weeks.
The Cheviot Spring Festival promises a day off the farm for farmers under pressure from the drought, and a chance to celebrate spring with their friends.
Water is likely to become more valuable than the land, farmers told.
Hunter Hills sheep and beef farmer Ian Jackson is a firm believer in the value of trees on otherwise marginal land.
Gavin "Snow" Loxton is on a campaign to eradicate the invasive weed playing havoc with his lucerne crops.
OPINION: This might sound like farming heresy, but ryegrass is often not the most suitable species to grow.
Identifying KPIs will help farmers focus on the information that's most important.
OPINION: Record keeping is key to running an efficient business.
Regular visitors to the Facebook site, Farming Mums NZ, will be familiar with an online blogger whose zest for life seems never-ending.
Farmers can reduce risk by storing moisture in their soil.
Farming is getting more complex. Don't fight this. Run with it and keep your balance sheet constantly at your shoulder, not behind the rubbish in your office.