Scientists at Scion Research have been successful in winning a sustainable farming fund to evaluate the giant willow aphid.
Cameron Price wins top vineyard prize.
Agribusiness director Pita Alexander warns farmers about becoming too inwardly focused.
Threat to publicise farmers illegally taking millions of litres of water pays off for regional council.
Waikato maize growers will know more about how badly the region has been hit by velvetleaf this spring.
Provisional tax payments can weigh upon farmers but help is at hand.
He was warned, but a Marlborough labour contractor was back to underpaying staff within a year.
A father and son partnership is working well in the Hawke's Bay livestock industry.
A Taranaki dairy farming leader says Fonterra's new payout forecast is a ray of sunshine for farmers and for the region.
The winter has been warm, but it's not over yet - the coldest weather normally hits in the next few weeks.
An extra $1 billion will be pumped into NZ's economy if Fonterra sticks to its higher forecast payout.
Manuka honey, is it Kiwi or Australian, or maybe a little bit of both?
Ambitious plans for the sheep milk industry will be funded by a $31.4m investment.
Taranaki farming partnership suing ANZ for $7.5 million for losses incurred from interest rate swaps.
Animal lover Sara Russell says some people are quick to blame dairy farming for everything.
The Cheviot Spring Festival promises a day off the farm for farmers under pressure from the drought, and a chance to celebrate spring with their friends.
After 16 years he has built up a successful business which includes breeding, knitting, tour groups and after sales maintenance.
OPINION: Professor Jacqueline Rowarth will be sorely missed by all those who care for the future of agriculture.
Anne Boswell visits a Waikato couple who believes galloway cattle are the next breed to become a household name.
Agricultural days at school are always popular among children, but finding judges can be hard.
A dairy farmer is growing more grass at the same time as he makes changes to comply with Canterbury's tougher land and water regulations.
The cash-strapped university needs to raise the millions of dollars it needs to balance its books.
Wine conference focuses on record exports, growth and contribution to New Zealand.
Pigs rescued by the mayor which have been used to potentially help save lives may soon be retired.
The old PGG Wrightson site in Blenheim's town centre has been purchased for $1.6m.
Economists were not expecting July's trade deficit.
Father unmoved by critics upset by his daughter taking a bite out of a deer's heart after her first hunt.
What's good for the farmers is good for the fishers, as council unswayed by "tipping point" claims.
Hundreds of dead sheep lay hidden on his farm. Too ashamed to ask for help, now Colin McConachy faces prison.