NZ's largest olive oil producer will look to capitalise on Europe's disastrous olive harvest.
OPINION: Greater transparency on overseas investment would help inform the debate around it.
A New Plymouth company has been fined after causing a stink at Port Taranaki last year.
Mr Apple owner says debt is lower than expected and it expects to meet, if not exceed, profit guidance.
A Marlborough grapevine nursery is struggling to meet demand for 100,000 plants a week.
Sheep slaughtered and taken for meat is the latest in a string of stock thefts.
Mangaweka asparagus grower says he has never had such a difficult year in his 25 years on the job.
The Doughtys have milking goats and dairy cows. They make and sell cheese made largely from goat's milk.
A retired farmer is asking politicians to look again at how inflation is managed, saying the current way and the high dollar harm farmers and other exporters.
Prizewinning pig's future was shaky after being auctioned but he has surfaced to a new life as a breeding boar.
Disjointed weather patterns are too unclear to suggest farmers are heading into a El Nino event.
Marlborough grape growers will pocket an estimated $64m more this year than in 2013.
Dry weather has seen South Canterbury's rivers reach "exceptional" lows.
As befits a man of science, William Rolleston picks his words with precision.
Canterbury pig farmers Steve and Josie Sterne are South Island Farmers of the Year.
Widespread concern over the rapid decline in productivity of the South Island high country was a recurring theme at the Grasslands' annual conference.
Four Waikato Milking Systems sites will be consolidated into one by the end of May next year.
Chinese company plans winery, accommodation complex and 100 hectare vineyard on Marlborough land bought this year.
A hearing for what could be NZ's largest colony chicken farm had a colourful start as animal welfare activists, dressed as chickens, protested.
A hailstorm may cost a South Canterbury orchard company up to two thirds of its apple crop.
NZ's free trade agreement with South Korea is greeted with thumbs down from deer and seafood industries.
Hamilton pig farmers Hadley and Shelly Mora are trying to re-establish one of the county's rarest breed of pigs.
Studying the success of Peter Yealands is a ''short-cut to happiness''.
Farmers in the remote Puhi Puhi Valley near Kaikoura say it's only a matter of time before someone is killed by poachers shooting on the public road.
A farmer was injured when a tree he was chopping fell on him in the Wairarapa.
Eltham's relationship with Hawera is suffering over rotting buttermilk and a deputy mayor without a job.
Animal rights activists say they have been "proven right" following the mercy killing of a bull during a rodeo last night.
Farmer told to pay $100,000 reparation and fined $52,000 over the death of a worker on his farm.
Forward thinking is propelling primary sector research.
The weed pink ragwort is more widespread than Horizons Regional Council staff thought possible.