The best bulls come from studs who farm commercially, the man behind Okawa Herefords tells Tony Benny.
Investigation into thin cattle on a Cook Strait ferry reveals no evidence of animal harm.
Soaring beef and veal export returns push up prices for shoppers in NZ.
Strong demand and a weak NZ dollar led to record-high returns, Beef + Lamb NZ says.
Callum Wilson hoping a relatively experimental fodder beet crop will pay off on Strath Taieri farm.
The analytical way they look at their business has set the winners of the Wairarapa Sheep and Beef Farm Business of the Year ahead of their peers.
Hawke's Bay business becomes only the fourth angus stud to reach 100 years in NZ.
High country station with merino ewes, cattle and hydroelectricity generation wins Canterbury's top farm environment award.
A farm environment awards win is bittersweet for the owners of Rotorua's Highland Station.
Diversification, excellent return on capital and a passion for dry stock farming are just some of the strengths of the Tararua Sheep and Beef Farmers of the Year.
Olivia Ross has been appointed Beef + Lamb New Zealand's southern South Island extension manager.
Commercial focus was the goal of Will and Viv MacFarlane after taking over the Waiterenui herd on the death of Will's father in 1988.
Sheepmeat and beef prices are predicted to rise in April.
Heritage is important to the family at Broadlands Station which recently won an environment award.
NZ signs free trade deal with South Korea and beef and dairy industries to be biggest beneficiaries.
NZ beef exporters have had the door shut on them by Indonesia in a drive for self-sufficiency.
Learning how to manage subterranean clover has allowed a Marlborough couple to produce more at the same time as reducing inputs.
Dead cattle in drains, starved cows with parasites and trapped in mud on West Coast farm.
Sheep and beef farmers should earn on average $109,400 before tax in the 2014-15 year, according to Beef + Lamb New Zealand.
ANZCO Foods titan Sir Graeme Harrison says the latest report on the red meat industry understates the ability of the meat companies to slug it out through "attrition".
Billions of dollars could potentially be saved consolidating parts of the red-meat industry, says reform group.
The drought has put a dent in the incomes of South Island sheep and beef farmers, particularly those with lower beef cattle ratios.
Family sheep and beef farms poised to be lost to foreigners and dairy farming the publishers of a new no-holds-barred report claim.
With the farm cadet training scheme in good heart after 19 years, the station's managers are keen to take up a new challenge.
We all know the old adage you get out what you put in and nowhere is that more evident on a daily basis than on the farm.
Angus stud breeders Steve and Jenny Herries took their shop window to a high-traffic area.
The election of Fiona Hancox to the Silver Fern Farms board is a "watershed" for red meat reform, a farmer-led meat group says.
Former Taranaki rugby player Carl Carmichael is loving his return to country life.
Farmers desperately looking for slaughter houses to take animals earlier than usual as a drought is officially declared.
Ranui is foremost a working farm, but for two afternoons each week it becomes a public playground.