The Feilding developers of a cross slot drill have teamed up with Carrfields.
Top-dressing pilot says fighting Port Hills fires "not that different to everyday work".
A Marlborough onion grower's decision to use people, not machines, to harvest this year's crop is paying off.
A Motueka tobacco grower reckons he's being shut down by legislation changes.
The call is out for capital to get the Hunter Downs irrigation scheme off the ground.
An apple a day may keep the doctor away - but they may also hurt your pocket.
Aerial top dressing pilots in North Canterbury are battling strong nor'west winds.
Ellish Norrie and Megan Hands will be up against the men in the Tasman regional final of the Young Farmer of the Year.
A blueberry company has high hopes for a new supersized berry.
Some farmers struggle as parched North Canterbury heads for a 4th year of drought, while others reap the rewards.
Zespri is investing substantially into European gold kiwifruit production in order to boost global year-round sales.
A 25-year-old farm owner is among the favourites for the Aorangi Young Farmer of the Year competition.
Higher yielding genetically modified ryegrasses that are easier on the environment will be tested offshore next year.
A Dutch company is one of the partners in a proposed jumbo avocado orchard near Kaipara Harbour.
OPINION: The proposed Healthy Rivers Plan Change 1 seeks to manage four contaminants in Waikato's waterways; nitrogen, phosphorus, sediment and bacteria.
A warm February should help Waikato's maize crops catch up after a slow start to the season.
Baleage tonnages were up about 30 per cent in northern Marlborough but the overall quality was poor.
The invasive weed black-grass has showed up again in Mid Canterbury.
A weather bomb did South Canterbury farmers no favours with reports of crop damage on the eve of harvesting.
Greenpeace has got it wrong regarding the proposed Hurunui irrigation scheme, say project backers.
The cool summer weather had made it tough going for beekeepers and may see honey prices lift further.
The sale of a kiwifruit property in Hawke's Bay is a record for New Zealand according to the agents.
All the signs are pointing to a good harvest for Marlborough onion seed grower Rob Harrison-Jones.
Trophies that haven't seen the light of day for around 80 years will be now presented to a new generation of competitors.
Singapore Airlines puts on four charter flights to get hundreds of tonnes of South Island cherries to Asia in time for Chinese New Year.
High country farmer Andrew Hurst isn't letting chickenpox stop him from lifting his farm's productivity.
Save Lake Karapiro president Angus Robson says the Waikato Regional Council's Healthy Rivers plan change contains major flaws.
Farmers are taking advantage of a glorious summer in the south.
A mix of drystock and dairy farmers are finalists in the Farm Environment Awards.
OPINION: Comparing our farming system with that of northern Afghanistan puts our worries in perspective.