They were just sitting in the field, now they're gone. But they're pretty big, so did anyone notice them being pinched?
While tariffs are reducing, the horticulture industry is facing rising numbers of non-tariff barriers to exports.
A cold and wet spring has North Island asparagus growers in short supply.
Treated vineyard posts could be reduced to charcoal, then used to make car tyres.
OPINION: Farmers can make a more informed decision on the Healthy Rivers Plan for Change now that Federated Farmers has updated its website.
The Rockit mini-apple has been an export success story, but shareholders have had a falling out.
'Relief' as Government increases the number of Pacific Islanders eligible to work in orchards and market gardens.
Surging SunGold sales have convinced Zespri to grow more of the popular kiwifruit variety.
Confusion around Healthy Rivers Plan for Change is turning people away from buying and selling rural property.
Kiwifruit sales are mounting in the Middle East where local customs must be respected.
A fantastic spring for South Canterbury farmers is setting them up well for the summer.
Gene editing offers an exciting new level of plant breeding with little downside, say scientists.
The Waikato Federated Farmers Farm Environment Plan Project's findings have largely been backed by the group Farmers for Positive Change.
He's been marketing New Zealand apples in Europe for decades, and regards them as the world's best.
Canterbury's farmer-irrigators are acting prudently for the most part.
The New Zealand primary sector cannot afford to be complacent as it sits on the verge of a new agrarian revolution.
The Waikato Dairy Leaders Group are supporting the region's new rules around land use change.
Another dry spell could lay head for some South Canterbury farmers.
For nearly 30 years Talley's was synonymous with peas in Marlborough, but now it's growing kale and spinach.
The Peruvian desert is a source of table grapes for NZ-based T&G Global.
NZ exports take a back seat after the death of Thai king Bhumibol Adulyadej.
Food safety regulation lets customers know the food they are buying is safe to eat.
Takapau's Arran Station is home to the annual national eventing championships, but it's no ordinary farm.
The 2017 Taranaki's Ballance Taranaki Farm Environment Awards will proceed.
A Marlborough man is helping push the little known sport of ploughing back into the limelight.
Mother Nature has again proved to be a hard mistress to Motueka's orchardists.
Bees mean berries and right now the Hawke's Bay orchard is full of black and yellow winged helpers.
Hail hit Tasman orchards during the last two spring seasons. This year bought a double dose.
A heavy hailstorm which pelted Motueka on Friday may be bad news for kiwifruit growers.
It's one thing to grow and pack kiwifruit, but then it has to be sold. That's where Zespri's European-based marketing team comes in.