Pressure on National MPs to make changes to the RMA following prosecution of a Waikato farmer's company.
Mackenzie salmon farmers are discharging waste that can smother waterways, ECan says.
Meatworkers are being forced out of the industry because of insecure jobs, a union official says.
When Bill Taylor was a boy, deer were wild animals that could only be admired from afar.
Party says Waikato Regional Council bureaucrats who prosecuted Bas Nelis should seek employment in North Korea.
Major meat processor Silver Fern Farms has turned around two forgettable years.
More integration of data by agricultural companies would benefit farmers, says a farmer-owned co-operative's automation specialist.
PGG Wrightson says its trading performance is on track with previous forecasts despite lower forecast dairy payouts.
OPINION: With another year winding down, it is time to reflect on how well the agri-food industries have been travelling.
On Triple Springs farm you can find sheep, cattle, sport horse and heading dog breeding, as well as a spot of children's story writing.
The Massey Ferguson team following in the tracks of Kiwi adventurer Sir Edmund Hillary 56 years ago has made it to the South Pole.
Hawke's Bay farm taking the use of willows for fodder in drought conditions to a new level.
Silver Fern Farms granted consent to discharge into Waimakariri river, after commissioners placed "little weight" on petition by thousands.
Kiwi farmers uneasy about a $40k fine handed out to farming couple for not wearing helmets while on quad bikes.
Top doctor "filled with horror" at online stores selling quad bikes for children as young as four.
Aspiring Lochinver Station buyer Shanghai Pengxin does now not expect to hear if the Government will consent to the $88 million deal until February at the earliest.
A Northern Southland farmer who pursued two men he caught spotlighting onto his property said the spotlight was turned on him.
Horizons Regional Council fines contractor and landowner in Glen Oroua after chemicals sprayed on field drifted over neighbouring property.
Renwick residents have opposed plans to provide accommodation for vineyard workers.
South Canterbury dry land dairy farmers are prepared for a difficult season figures suggest the region has dried out.
The $275 million Ruataniwha dam project is in danger of running out of time, after last week's High Court setback.
Zespri forecasts show growers are expected to earn their highest per tray prices since 2003.
LIC is not ruling out redundancies when two of the farming co-operative's subsidiaries are merged next year.
Waikato saw four major dairy factory builds or upgrades in 2014, and the flow-on effects are still coming,
Scales Corporation remains on track to meet forecasts with apple volumes to meet or exceed its 2015 crop estimates.
Marlborough grapegrowers recruited helicopters from across NZ to help protect their crop this spring.
A Marlborough farming couple has been fined $40,000 for not wearing helmets while riding their quad bikes.
Farm sales up to $80,000 a hectare this spring indicate the falling dairy payout has so far had little impact on the rural property market.
Starting off with a clean slate is one of the ultimate challenges when it comes to buying a lifestyle block, and it comes with hidden costs that you can’t avoid but won’t find in the sale price.
Graduates from a new viticulture degree in Blenheim are expected to hit the ground running.