Three Marlborough farmers have their fines reduced on appeal for quad bike convictions
The last dash to finish exhibits for the Southern Hemisphere's largest agribusiness event is on.
Couple fined for poaching deer and pregnant sheep on private farmland near Nelson.
Marlborough wine proves popular with American drinkers with two brands growing sales by nearly 20 per cent in the past 12 months.
OPINION: IRD clarifies the method dairy farmers should use to claim tax deductions on loans from New Zealand Dairy Farming Trusts.
Prices continue their downward spiral in another weak GlobalDairyTrade auction.
Chef Michael Van de Elzen loves to see people appreciating his cooking.
It's official. Bevan and Wendy Hopcroft's ewe hoggets are the best in the country.
A new intiative aims to make farmers' lives less stressful with winter approaching.
A plan for a new export meat co-operative is to be unveiled this week by meat industry reform group MIE.
Fewer farms have sold throughout New Zealand in the three months to April but they were worth more per hectare and lifestyle blocks sold.
Labour leader Andrew Little has called for Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully to be sacked over the Saudi farm deal.
A proposal to build a $26.5m research and innovation hub in Southland has been given the green light.
New rural broadband option from Spark won't require professionally-installed antennas.
Rural business teams say 'Gypsy Day' transactions are down significantly.
The average Kiwi dairy farmer will be $150,000 worse off in the 2015-16 season.
The end of the milking season came earlier than usual for Jeremy Duckmanton on Monday.
Many Maori agricultural businesses could do better and need to reach their potential, says a Massey student.
A Southland dairy leader is calling on Immigration New Zealand to extend migrant visa concessions.
It began as a bit of a laugh - but Mike Bowler's sheep shenanigans are helping the community.
High Court censure for breaching the Fair Trading Act concludes the bank's settlement.
Industry body believes rural Kiwis may not be aware of all their broadband options.
A Japanese company investing just over $40 million has won Overseas Investment Office approval to buy a larger stake in the major meat processor Anzco Foods founded by Graeme Harrison.
Farm foresters and forest owners would like to see more government consistency and a greater commitment to forestry in future.
Some farmers are questioning the business fundamentals of NZ's biggest company and its capital investment expectations.
It’s a time for dairy farmers to hunker down, but not lie doggo, says Keith Woodford.
Doug Edmeades breaks his rule and responds to a letter to the editor questioning his intellectual honesty.
A move from King Country to Hawke's Bay was a good move for a couple who have been selling angus bulls together for almost 20 years.
James Bailey was pretty green when he finally decided to fulfil what some might say was his destiny and take up farming.
Farmers building barns to house cows told to take some time and actually "stop and look".