Farmers have opposing views to environmentalists on an OECD report.
It was a learning experience for everyone when Rangiora cattle breeder Philip Worthington opened his gates to college students.
NZ exports may fetch higher prices because of a shortage of beef worldwide, following the Brazilian scandal.
The Hoban family have always called themselves "sheep people" and intend to keep farming sheep.
China and EU curtail beef imports from Brazil after inspectors there accused of taking bribes to allow sales of tainted food.
Heriot farmer Allan Richardson is encouraging other farmers to go organic.
A group of South Canterbury farmers gets together to take part in a farm environment plan workshop.
Older farmers more at risk from accidents says Farmsafe ambassador, Richard Loe.
Talent comes in many forms, Lyn Webster says.
Young beef cattle are selling to huge demand across the North Island.
Stock water reticulation systems mean more money for hill country farmers.
It's no ordinary after-school job - 17-year-old Samantha Hall established a cattle stud and her calves are winners.
A crowd-funding campaign has been launched to help protect Woodville's water supply.
Changes to testing and surveillance of bovine TB are underway in Otago.
Chinese investment is paying off for Southland's Prime Range Meats.
South Canterbury farmers are urged to attend a meeting in Fairlie to learn the outcomes of a water investigation.
Philip and Anne Munro show that farm health and safety isn't all about filling in forms.
Central Districts Field Days is about to descend on Manfield, accompanied by many other agricultural events.
Where do you start when training a dog for stock work?
Women lead most succession planning say a banker and rural advisor.
The success of a Red Meat Profit Partnership project on 75 pilot farms which could see it expanded to sheep and beef farms across New Zealand. Tony Benny reports.
A New Zealand blue ribbon lamb growing family have opened their farm gates to show the growth gains possible with attention to detail. .
A hay bale accident left Dave Clouston in a wheelchair. But nothing will keep the Canterbury man from agriculture.
Anna Ballantyne has returned to New Zealand to work for Alliance Group after falling in love with the country four years ago.
A new report by WorkSafe New Zealand shows that work-related health effects are an even bigger killer than accidents on our farms. Tony Benny reports.
A farmer with an unusual cattle breed that returns more money than other breeds for the same feed input.
There is a right way and a wrong way of planting trees, John Simmons says.
It's not your everyday abandoned property. But this bull semen storer wants to know if you own it.
Too young to drive, Simeon Cook takes the bus to work on his cattle farm.