Dairy prices rose 3.6 per cent at the GlobalDairyTrade auction overnight.
Farmer's heartfelt response to footage showing abuse to newborn calves rakes in thousands of views.
Managing director Sheryl Cleaver said the employee filmed abusing calves at the slaughterhouse was no longer with the company.
The Irrigation Acceleration fund and Environment Canterbury (ECan) are spending $636,000 on a water use model for South Canterbury.
A new wave of studies is being carried out on Wairarapa's irrigation proposal.
"We have had reports of one person catching 250 kilograms in a single session."
A Marlborough man has produced plant feed for vineyards using giant kelp.
Difficult weather has affected this spring's lamb tally.
New technology is making it easier for police to track down farm equipment theft.
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Farmer points to pet food factory and transport company staff for ill treatment of animals.
PM makes agriculture emissions pledge as he addresses global climate conference.
A Marlborough couple have gone back to the region's past to grow stonefruit among the grape vines.
Landscape architects have unveiled a master plan for Auckland's Cornwall Park.
Waikato dairy farmers disgusted at footage showing people carrying out cruel, violent abuse to newborn male calves.
Fieldays chief executive Jon Calder has resigned and will take up another chief executive role in the Waikato.
Fonterra to manufacture infant formula for organic company Bellamy's
PGG Wrightson auctioneer George Mannering took out the top spot in the Heartland Bank Young Auctioneers Competition recently at the Canterbury A&P Show.
After clearing scrub, ironically farmers are now being asked to plant it again for manuka honey.
Book review on working dogs
The most tasty and tender steak contest opens.
Manawatu farmers are concerned about health and safety rules.
Farm sale numbers the same over past three years.
Third generation farmer Richard Brewer and others like him could become agriculture's powerhouses.
Farmers told to be cautious when buying farm machinery directly from overseas dealers.
Feilding meatworkers will head to the plant on their old contractual conditions.
Landcorp's new sheep milking farm near Reporoa has been a huge learning curve for the Government-owned farmer, but the pay off could be massive.
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A quarter of Canterbury dairy farmers agree that water quality is declining, despite evidence to the contrary.
Speculation about the future of Silver Fern Farms' venison processing in the Central South Island is premature, the co-operative says.