Sheep and beef farm profits are tipped to rise, but the recovery is still slow.
Is the rural NZ life getting lonely? Then swipe right on the first global farming dating app.
Andrew Jolly reflects on the courage shown by rural families whose members went to war.
A Massey researcher has found meat quality is not impacted by breed, but yield can be.
The Hurunui District Landcare Group (HDLG) has a new coordinator in Josh Brown.
Anyone interested in the angus breed will be at Feilding's Beef Expo on May 16.
An angus beef breeder and veterinarian has a new way of selecting the best sires.
No jobs to be lost in proposed plant closure as Silver Fern Farms looks to consolidate its Paeroa and Waitoa plants.
World Iron Awareness Week is getting a big push from Beef + Lamb NZ marketing supremo Rod Slater.
Choosing a bull is It is more about their genes than their good looks.
Cost of consent will outweigh cost of monitoring in Healthy Rivers plan, say Waikato farmers.
Caretakers of sacred Maori land in the Bay of Plenty are growing kiwifruit and avocado, as well as running a retirement village.
Flood ravaged farmers are sending animals to slaughter but don't expect your favourite cut to be any cheaper.
Two prominent South Canterbury cattle studs have sales coming up in the next eight weeks.
A 'simple but efficient' system means Hawke's Bay farmers Robert and Helen Pattullo finish more than 1000 bulls every season without supplementary feed, crops or excessive nitrogen use.
Could eating bobby calves be an ethical answer to the uncomfortable realities of New Zealand's dairy industry?
People around the world love New Zealand's food integrity and quality, says James Stewart.
Alliance Group rolls of women's workshops.
Sales for importer of US dairy genetics World Wide Sires New Zealand (WWSNZ) are booming and interest in genetic options increases.
Ohangai sheep, beef and dairy farmers Peter and Nicola Carver have won the Taranaki Ballance Farm Environment Awards.
Last week's delay from big wet has meant this Weaner Fair at Feilding saleyards has been full up and bigger than usual.
South Canterbury farmer Bill Wright has increased the efficiency of his farm and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.
HIgh Peak Station finds a unique balance between farming and tourism
Facial eczema spores on rise in spite of rain and cool temperatures.
Canterbury farm environment award winners say they're building on the achievements of previous generations on the family property. Tony Benny reports.
After three years of drought struggles, North Canterbury farmers are relieved to see rain fall.
Sodden paddocks leading up to winter are irritating Manawatu and Rangitikei farmers.
Auckland and Waikato farmers have a short, sharp message to the weather gods: No more rain please, we have had enough.
A meat company says Dannevirke will benefit when it invests $10 million-plus in robotics at its upgraded site.
Polluters and the enablers of pollution are to blame for water's environmental crisis, not farmers.