Fonterra swamped with responses to its offer of interest-free support loans to its payout beleaguered farmers..
Global auction of dairy products rises but will need further increases to show a trend.
Farming couple still smiling despite heavy rain, flooding and a lower dairy payout.
An award-winning Otago farming couple credit their success to hard work and good governance.
Analysis confirms advice that feeding maturing swede crops increases risk of ill-health in cows, DairyNZ says.
A new survey shows banks are supporting struggling dairy farmers. But it comes with a warning that it may not last.
But difficult times are far from over for farmers after the second positive dairy auction in a row.
Dairy payout fall slowing down new vehicle sales in areas where dairy farming is a big part of the economy.
Woodville dairy support business goes into liquidation - the first of others expected says a liquidator.
Dairy farmers would get better production if they planted a few trees and shelter belts.
Who is the woman making history as the head of Holstein Friesian NZ?
Family feels persecuted after resource consents and associated costs for a dairy conversion totalled $157,000.
Farmers are dealing with a lower dairy payout by cutting inputs - but they can't make ends meet and DairyNZ says farmers will lose $280,000 each on average this season.
China's sharemarket meltdown is unlikely to further weaken dairy commodity prices.
State owned enterprise minister Todd McClay says Landcorp won't turn a profit for "the next few years" and is again foreshadowing land sales.
Farming communities urged to watch out for the mental health of their members as belts tighten.
Creating a bright future for their grandchildren is a goal for this couple, who also hope a Ruataniwha dam is part of that.
A Waikato couple are gearing up for heavier than usual demand from dairy farmers for their wide variety of lease service bulls.
Dairy industry leaders urging farmers to work with their sharemilkers so the traditional pathway to farm ownership is protected.
Farmers and their bankers are the main figures in dairy's downturn, but professional dispute mediators also have a job to do.
Immigration New Zealand has come under fire for holding up the work permits of Filipinos wanting to work in the dairy industry.
For Waituna dairy farmer Gerald Spain, farming was inevitable.
Surviving the dairy downturn is about focusing on what can be controlled on the farm for sharemilker Allen Collinson.
Fonterra says it should be allowed more discretion about what milk to accept from farmers.
West Coast farmers may be used to the wet, but they are enduring a particularly soggy winter this year with little respite forecast for spring.
The New Zealand dairy industry was built on communities working together and people sharing their knowledge with others.
The farmer stood naked in his shed and put his lips over a shotgun. Then the light blew.
Dairy farmers inevitably amazed at how cheap a semen straw is given the rigours of the operation behind its delivery.
A lack of reliable irrigation water makes dairy farming's tough times even tougher, a North Canterbury farmer says.
The alternative milk supplier expects to see a 72 per cent lift in sales this financial year.