Wool prices stays steady except for lambswool.
Shorn and crutched store lambs were in demand at Coalgate.
Prime lambs lose $5 a head at Christchurch.
A collaboration between private enterprise and government aims to turn around the flagging wool industry.
Details of Tuesday's cattle fair at Stratford
A Federated Farmers survey shows confidence at a low level.
Bank cuts price forecast for this season and next.
Course about to start in Feilding for organics.
Prime lambs increase marginally at Coalgate livestock sales.
The prime ewe market lifts at the Christchurch livestock sale.
A free range pig farmer can't keep up with increasing demand.
Details of last Wednesday's Taranaki beef and sheep fair at the Stratford saleyard are:
A slump in global commodity prices has been reflected in lower fertiliser charges.
A cult apple in the US with its roots in France is a South Canterbury sleeper.
Wool prices were for the most part unchanged at the Christchurch wool sale.
Prime lamb prices softened at Christchurch livestock sales.
Smaller yardings were commonplace at livestock sales a Coalgate last week.
Prices were strong for bulls at Tuesday's sale at the Stratford saleyard.
Cattle in demand at Manawatu sale after welcome rain.
Store lamb prices lift $5 a head at Coalgate livestock sales.
Prime ewe and store lamb prices rise $3 to $5 at livestock sales in Christchurch.
The market for two-tooths was as strong as last year at the annual Taranaki ewe fair at Stratford.
Wool prices rose in Christchurch on Thursday.
All grades of store lambs were up $5 to $10 a head in the first Coalgate sale of the year.
Small yardings start the new year at Christchurch livestock sales.
There are 64 dairy farms listed online for sale in Southland, with some on the market for more than a year.
Prices for some stock lift in Manawatu saleyards.
Store lamb buying increases at Christchurch livestock sales after good rain.
Prime and boner cattle and bulls were on offer at the first stock sale of the year at the Stratford saleyard on Tuesday.
Missing out on an Alliance seat is not the end of the world for South Canterbury farmer Mark Adams.