Nine-year-old Nicolas Verry wants to be a stock agent when he grows up.
Sheep and beef farmers Martin and Mary Taylor haven't shorn or dagged a sheep in at least 10 years.
Offers pour in to re-home a lovable steer after owner takes bull by the horns.
Australia's Agriculture Minister signs off on key protocols that will clear the way for up to a million head of live cattle to be exported to China annually.
Dairy farmers are being urged to potentially treble their calf income with a simple change to their herd mating programme.
OPINION: Most of you reading this now will be getting ready for calving and lambing in the next month
A hereford bull topping the price list for the breed this season at $31,000 is at its new Ashley home.
Australia is sticking a fork in the New Zealand meat market and we're eating it up.
Farmers reminded that stock should be covered on long journeys after photo of cattle on ferry sparks controversy.
Rob Johnstone swears by his limousin cattle and has the results to back it up.
OPINION: Our meat exports are not well marketed.
Canterbury farm hasn't seen dry conditions like this since the 1980s.
Drought failed to deter bull buyers from investing in their breeding programmes during Canterbury's bull sale season.
The effects of the lengthy drought and continuing feed supply and grass growth issues continue to concern farmers.
Heavy snow played havoc with Canterbury bull sales, but failed to stop an offering of 92 bulls going to strong bidding at James and Fiona Fraser's Stern Angus bull sale in Totara Valley
Angus breeders Charlie and Susie Dowding are buzzing at the sale of one of their bulls for $100K.
A Hawke's Bay farmer can relate to what other lower North Island farmers are feeling – his farm received 750mm of rain in 36 hours in 2011.
A Gisborne bull has made history, selling for a New Zealand record $100,000.
Beef progreny test aims to discover how bulls of different types perform under comparable commercial conditions.
A look at bull sales held around the country since the Beef Expo.
Snowed-in farmers miss out on South Canterbury bull sale.
Dairy farmers were in a sombre mood at the 2015 National Agricultural Fieldays at Hamilton.
There's an old adage among cattle farmers that "90 per cent feeding, 10 per cent breeding makes the cow".
A North Canterbury sheep and beef farmer reveals that continuing drought has already cost him $250,000.
Rowan Sandford hopped straight into stock trading as a university student and has a long agricultural career ahead of him.
A move from King Country to Hawke's Bay was a good move for a couple who have been selling angus bulls together for almost 20 years.
Expansion plans for Te Mania bull operation follow top competition results.
A man has been arrested in Australia and charged with stealing cattle gallstones.
An elite breeding bull has been recognised as one of the best by being inducted into LIC's prestigious Hall of Fame.
Alternative thinking is paying off for father and son farmers who recently won NZ's "Steak of Origin" competition.