The sale of a kiwifruit property in Hawke's Bay is a record for New Zealand according to the agents.
A Nelson scientist has developed a method to successfully breed native fish species commercially.
A top wapiti sire attracted a bid of $18,500 at a Southland stud auction.
Sir Tim Wallis is hosting a get together of wapiti farmers.
Hawke's Bay farmer is preparing for drier years on his Maraekakaho property as the annual rainfall average continues to fall.
WorkSafe New Zealand are investigating the death of a man on a farm in Hakataramea Valley, west of Timaru.
The biggest agricultural story of 2017 is one that is unlikely to be written.
Consumer rights don't stop with retail products.
Three men sheared 1611 sheep over the course of eight hours, smashing the current world record.
While overall global prices are up, NZ's main export, whole milk powder, takes a small knock.
It's a change from the usual banana shortage - this time our beloved apples are nowhere to be seen.
Cricket game will help earthquake affected community to relax, and forget challenges back on farm, for an afternoon
Rising dairy prices will lift commodity values this year, and even sheepmeat may show an improvement.
New Zealand farmers are legendary for their "can-do" attitude. Andrea Fox meets an example of the breed.
He has shorn all over the world, including the famous Waldorf Hotel on Park Avenue, New York.
Waikato's Healthy Rivers Plan is to be challenged in court. Doug Edmeades continues his imagining of how the case for farmers will be presented.
OPINION: Selling a trivial amount of our water could make NZ an extremely wealthy nation, Keith Woodford writes.
An electric fence had to be crossed to slash 44 tyres on Mackenzie Country irrigators in a possible environmental statement.
Big numbers expected to attend the Northern Southland Shears event at Five Rivers.
Alliance spends half a million at Levin plant.
Watching cricket on telly has become a favourite activity for fawn named Fern.
OPINION: How dairy farmers lost public respect - and what they should do now.
As expected, Silver Fern Farms has posted a poor earnings result for the year, with after- tax loss of $30.6m.
Is DairyNZ's grass fed policy hindering rather than helping the nitrates issue?
Wairarapa raw milk vending business opens its doors.
Yes you are seeing purple on the farm
This farm was the scene of a land wars battle, has been in the family since 1848 and has golf resort potential.
The clock is ticking on farming's many up and down cycles.
Wool prices have yet to come out of their slump.
With the state highway becoming increasingly busy with traffic using the main route south to Christchurch, farm vehicles needed to be roadworthy