Marlborough farmer called New Zealand's "most recidivist" offender, narrowly escapes stint in jail.
NZ's constant drive to produce more export milk could be self-defeating, dairy farm syndicate manager says.
China's Beingmate, in which Fonterra is set to take a key stake, sees profit slide 91pc.
A collapse in milk prices has come at the worst time for project.
A proposed dairy farm conversion in Southland would fail to meet water quality standards, report says.
Cattle rustlers have stolen two of four heifers raised together from birth.
Prices rose 1.1 per cent at the overnight auction, driven by a big jump in cheddar and butter milk powder.
Summer might be winding down but the big dry affecting Waikato is marching on.
By good management and fortuitous leasing of land, the Groves are making the most of a tough dairying season.
The profitability of planting a quarter of a Taranaki demonstration farm in crops in a three-year trial will be assessed early next season.
NZ's leading female dairy farmers will come together in Invercargill next month to discuss strategies and plan for the industry's future.
Refining their systems and reducing farm working expenses has been a boon for Bede and Shirley Kissick.
NZ's major dairy companies have committed to spend $5 million over two years on predator control.
Local control of NZ meat and dairy manufacturing is being whittled away by China's control of product certification, an infant formula-maker says.
Residency decisions are locking Mid and South Canterbury's Filipino dairy workers into wage jobs and out of careers, advocates say.
"Early days yet" but Fonterra's holding decision on milk payout forecast surprises economists, who had pencilled in a rise.
After buying a dairy herd and leasing dairy farms for several years, a forward-thinking Taranaki rugby club has taken the next step.
A milk processing plant developed in Palmerston North is about to wing its way to Indonesia.
A lift in today's forecast update from Fonterra will provide a glimmer of hope for Waikato dairy farmers.
The a2 Milk Company says a period of renewal will begin with the resignation of its chairman as it seeks to dual list on the Australian Stock exchange.
NZ companies are airfreighting up to 10 tonnes of fresh milk a week to China, with ex-Federated Farmers chief exec the latest to join.
What makes a dairy farmer switch to full-time maize growing?
Fixing Eltham's odour issues once and for all will come at a cost.
The dry weather and other factors are blamed for a 9 per cent drop in production.
New Zealand's leading female dairy farmers will the come together in Invercargill next month to discuss strategies to plan for the industry's future.
Profit may take 25 per cent hit as Lincoln University dairy farm looks to cull 14 per cent of herd because of drought.
A new Taranaki livestock company shows the potential of Maori agribusiness.
Filipino farm workers in Southland are abandoning the region because of residency rejections.
Socrates Mallari is proud to be a New Zealand resident but describes the hoops he had to jump through to qualify as "crazy".