Like many farmers, it will take a while to recover from the crash in dairy payout, Lyn Webster says.
Eli Cummings and Ant Frew from Ewe Need Us Shearing are carving out a niche for their new company.
While they like drinking our wines, foreigners are not buying huge tracts of farmland to grow grapes.
Taranaki's new dairy trust is gearing up to launch its first research projects.
A dusty, unsealed road winding through the country's largest farm has become the new post-quake highway.
It won't be the dream run of last year, but at least it has started.
OPINION: Fish & Game has a conflict of interests over waterways, writes Andrew McGiven.
Emma Bennett doesn't know how to make lactose, but she leads the team that does.
Fish & Game chief executive Bryce Johnson hits back at farmer claims they have a conflict of interest
Staff from Ceres Organics have gone on strike and say the company is an unethical employer.
Heavy rain is threatening to make life difficult in the nation's vineyards.
Would-be mussel farmers denied three times, but that doesn't mean they have given up the ghost.
It's back to the drawing board for Blue Sky Meats, which was awaiting approval for a Chinese takeover.
Areas of Taranaki with intensive farming are posting improving water quality results.
A tractor which needs a shotgun shell to start it is among a massive vintage machinery collection going to auction.
'Where were your controversial powers when we wanted more aquaculture space?'
Winning farm is 'simple and logical'
OPINION: Disruptive technology comes in many faces.
From weather extremes to a plunging payout and an ongoing battle with mastitis in their herd, Taranaki's top sharemilkers meet every challenge head on.
He started with an organic conversion on land at the back of the family farm because his father didn't want people to see it.
Plentiful kiwifruit has provided a boost for packer EastPack's returns.
Prime lamb prices lifted at Coalgate livestock sales.
The ewe market gathered pace with prices rising $3 to $5 across all grades at Christchurch sales.
A young dairy industry awards winner is leaving nothing to chance in her future.
Farmers are under pressure to reduce nitrate leaching into water, but a genetic discovery may help out.
Grey weather and a bit of mud fails to deter crowds on the first day of the South Island Agricultural Field Days
Graeme McKenzie mostly keeps his hands clean nowadays, but has just as much passion for dairying as any other farmer.
A Helensville farming couple have embraced farming next to the bright lights of Auckland.
Farmers are aware livestock greenhouse gas emissions - but reducing them in NZ is hard.
The secrets of a private, introverted farmer's heart have resonated with thousands.