Fonterra will update its forecast farmgate price on Monday morning.
Canadians are big investors in New Zealand property, especially dairy farms and forestry.
Cattle standing in a sea of mud during a wet winter have raised the ire of a retired Manawatu farmer.
Cheesy billboards signal it's election time, says farmer James Stewart.
Students at Palmerston North Girls High School can dream of a rural life in an urban environment.
Remnants of forests and wetlands are being legally secured by farmers for future generations.
Farm listings are down in Manawatu and Rangitikei with only 64 sold in the past year.
It's all in the breeding for a young Taranaki sharemilker.
Chinese state-owned company will be majority owner of a $200m infant formula processing plant.
Australian Toni Brendish has been appointed as the CEO of Westland Milk Products - a first for a woman in New Zealand.
Open Country Dairy holds payout forecast but not optimistic on outlook for milk prices.
The quality of farm management is the difference between farms which those and those which just get by, research shows.
Dairy farmers can make money from their bobby calves.
A perfect storm of low farmgate prices, climate change and environmental concerns could make farming unsustainable, says professor.
The EU's major milk producers are not immune to the struggle with low world milk returns.
The worst kid on the block is now not only the best but also an award winner.
John Gregan and wife Cara farm two unirrigated farms near Timaru, milking a total of 1000 cows.
Downbeat farmers remain low in confidence as low dairy prices and Brexit put pressure on farming.
Piquet Hill rams get mentioned a lot in North Island farming talk. Andrea Fox finds out why.
The owners of a Taranaki dairy farm are supporting their variable order sharemilkers to ensure both businesses survive the dairy downturn.
The effect of agrichemicals on the health of people who apply them is the subject of a Massey University study.
The lack of frosts has boosted pasture growth at the Westpac Taranaki Agricultural Research Station, near Hawera.
Farmers and transporters will have to follow a new set of rules for transporting bobby calves by August 1.
Fonterra and Environment Canterbury to tackle the water quality in Kaikoura.
Globalisation is the process by which businesses develop international influence or start operating on an international scale.
Calving is about to descend on dairy farmers to make their schedules even busier.
A Lower Hutt Rotarian is travelling to Borneo to see if a trial of New Zealand cows' milk agrees with orphaned elephants.