The Wildings plan to expand their Te Mania operation at Conway Flats after a top result in the Beef Expo and providing bloodlines for a section winner at the Steak of Origin competition, writes Tim Cronshaw.
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.
Sheep and beef farmers need to start thinking about environmental issues, Federated Farmers says.
Waikato woman Janette Wills was thrilled to receive her Officer of the Order (ONZM) medal for services to the beef industry from the Governor-General Sir Jerry Mateparae at an investiture ceremony on May 20.
A new pilot partnership between individual meat farmers and processors could lead to some farming dogmas curbing profitability being tested and found wanting by science, says Greenlea Premier Meats.
Cattle farmers had few complaints after prices topped $1000 for the best calves for the first time.
A countback was needed to decide the champion of champions title at the Beef Expo at Feilding this morning.
US chef says the NZ beef and lamb grass-fed story needs to reach consumers through social media
A heifer from the Central Hawke's Bay has won the Queen of Hearts at the 2015 Beef Expo.
The tastiest and juiciest steak has been found after judges checked 20 of the finest in Palmerston North.
Locally sourced charolais and a surge in beef values have helped inject more life into a long time Bay of Plenty farmer's operation.
For beef and deer farmers Shane and Lynnette McManaway, taking a step into the charolais industry was driven by a long-standing love of the breed.
Join NZFarmer and Rural TV for livestreaming of the Beef Expo in Feilding.
Bulls will go under the auctioneer's hammer at the annual national bull expo in Feilding.
Canterbury breeder and cattle trader faces a nervous weekend before finding out if his pair of simmental heifers are Steak of Origin winners
New Zealand is in serious trouble with its beef industry, according to angus breeder Gerald Hargreaves.
"Farming is a fantastic way to bring up a family. We have the best job in the world," say a Gisborne farming couple.
NZ's most facial eczema-tolerant recorded perendale sheep share a stud home with beef shorthorns deep in the King Country.
Two counter-balancing influences predicted to have an impact on this year's bull-selling season.
Farming couple and a businessman tell how their efforts won them the land stewardship category in the Canterbury Farm Environment Awards.
The transition from farmer to a national figure in farming politics has been a natural progression for Bruce Wills, while his brother Scott has been happy to stay at home on the farm.
Semi finalists announced in 2015 Beef + Lamb New Zealand Steak of Origin competition.
Ten-year-old Ben Knauf hoping for a good result in the Hoof and Hook competition at the annual Beef Expo.
Kiwi cattlemen frightened by genetic tools that crunch numbers to improve beef herds are falling behind overseas farmers.
A Taranaki pair know they're on the right track on their beef and sheep farm after their success in a highly-regarded farm contest.
SHEEP numbers have dropped by two-thirds at Hawke's Bay farm Trelinnoe as the balance of its farming operation has swung from sheep to cattle in the past 10 years.
Cattle judges leap at the chance to brush up their skills at a recent RAS beef judging seminar.
The best bulls come from studs who farm commercially, the man behind Okawa Herefords tells Tony Benny.