Dairy bulls sold as mating season comes to end.
Manawatu stock enduring cold and windy conditions are showing no disease increase.
Greenpeace has got it wrong regarding the proposed Hurunui irrigation scheme, say project backers.
Pigs contract TB by scavenging infected dead animal carcasses but do not pass on the disease
Cutting cows on horseback takes the utmost skill and will be on display soon in Canterbury.
Hawke's Bay farmer is preparing for drier years on his Maraekakaho property as the annual rainfall average continues to fall.
New Zealand farmers are legendary for their "can-do" attitude. Andrea Fox meets an example of the breed.
Tyre slashers chose a leading light in farming, says Federated Farmers national president William Rolleston
Alliance spends half a million at Levin plant.
Farmers with ample grass covers are buying stock from the store market.
High country farmer Andrew Hurst isn't letting chickenpox stop him from lifting his farm's productivity.
Clayton Station owner Hamish Orbell feels doing nothing to protect the environment of his property is "unacceptable."
Save Lake Karapiro president Angus Robson says the Waikato Regional Council's Healthy Rivers plan change contains major flaws.
OPINION: Farmers are going out their business despite the flak they receive from the activist lobby.
To get to State Highway 1, Hamilton said she rowed in a small dinghy across to the northern side of the river to where she kept her car.
Don't ask to be put through to Caroline Smith's husband. He doesn't run the farm.
A mix of drystock and dairy farmers are finalists in the Farm Environment Awards.
OPINION: Comparing our farming system with that of northern Afghanistan puts our worries in perspective.
A new road's planned after major quake damage to one of Marlborough's main rural routes.
Massey University Professor David Mellor, has been recognised for his work in animal welfare.
Anne Boswell talks to Coromandel hereford farmers who have worked hard to support the family farming dream.
Kate Taylor meets a couple who can't keep up with the demand for their organic lamb and beef.
'What is there to be confident about?" asks Bulls farmer Denis Hocking, as sheep and beef prices take a tumble.
People are seeking the good life, with $6.91 billion of lifestyle blocks sold in the past year.
ASll the signs are pointing to more farm sales, but buyers remain cautious.
Its business as usual for Middle Valley farmers Neil and Lyn Campbell after winning the South Island Farmer of the Year award.
Healthy Rivers Plan for Change is headed to the Hamilton High Court.
A South Taranaki man reflects on his 47-year career in the livestock transport industry.
Climate change is being blamed for black beetle numbers nearly doubling in Waikato this summer.
No change of the guard for Alliance Group, as challenger Leon Black fails to get elected to the board.