Will the iconic New Zealand sheep farm become a thing of the past in South Canterbury?
Speckle park, white galloway, blonde d'aquitaine and red poll sound like ice-cream flavours but they are cattle breeds.
Bronwyn Muir turns her focus to the positive points of farming in Taranaki.
Chad Ormsby takes his mind off horse racing by being thrown around by bulls.
Regional council chairman, farmer, agricultural contractor and pilot Bruce Gordon wears plenty of hats.
Facial eczema spore counts for stock are up across the upper North Island from warm and wet weather.
Feilding consultant in Australasian agri-finals for big award.
While the lead-up to Christmas is a blur of crutching, shearing, weaning and producing stock in top condition for market, mid-January is our time to take stock, re-group and plan how we intend to proceed through until autumn.
OPINION: More action will be taken in 2016 to address shortcomings in calf welfare, Chris Lewis says.
Record shipments of red meat have been sold more cheaply.
Positive export outlook for New Zealand beef this year, says Rabobank.
This week's rain in North Taranaki has created potentially ideal conditions for facial eczema.
The group tasked with proposing new rules to improve Waikato's water quality have asked for more time to make their recommendations.
Six farm businesses have been chosen as finalists for this years Farm Environmnet Awards.
More rain is needed for South Canterbury farmers.
631825176 Andrew Darke, left, and John Dazley, the principals of Stratford accountancy firm CMK, have written a finance guide for farmers called Grow your numbers. PHOTO: SUE O'DOWD/FAIRFAX NZ
Bill Wright of Cannington, and John Gregan of Bluecliffs are standing for seats on the B+LNZ board.
Chinese firm planning to build resort on large sheep and beef farm near Auckland.
Taranaki galloway breeders are gearing up for the national AGM and conference being held in the region in April.
New rules setting nutrient limits in Waikato will hugely impact farmers this year.
Sheep breeders are enduring a hard year as prices crash.
Disappointing meat plant prices for sheep and beef farmers.
It has been a tough year for dairy farmers.
Stock man started in 1971 and took sheep and cattle from paddocks to the sale. He has seen many changes.
More farms are being sold but median prices have fallen slightly.
Meat processor Alliance Group put its co-operative spirit ahead of profits in the drought.
Waikato farmers are being warned to be on alert for facial eczema this summer with forecasters predicting strong El Nino conditions.
High beef returns are likely to continue despite the global supply easing.
Banks stand by farmers in dairy downturn, shows survey.
Meat, wool, horticulture and forestry exports will counterbalance the dairy downturn.