OPINION: Assumptions about drought do not always ring true.
A man who had part of his arm amputated is more concerned with how his workmates are coping following the incident, than feeling sorry for himself, his boss says.
Fonterra's latest offer of a guaranteed milk price to its farmers is under-subscribed for the second time in a row.
Tumbling fuel prices have a sting in the tail for farmers, with predictions that oil-producing countries' appetite for dairy products and lamb will shrink.
OPINION: Spare a thought for farmers as you bask in the hot, dry weather.
OPINION: Farmers are a terrible lot. They keep Doing Things, and Doing Things is a risky business.
21-year-old man got his arm stuck in a hay-making machine on a farm near Dipton.
Deer farmers have struck a sickly euro that is taking the gloss off venison prices.
Back-country lambs coming off the Canterbury hills are striking a softer market as grazing material for finishing them runs into short supply from the dry spell.
Meyrick Hawkins is chuffed by the yields coming off the first feed wheat and grass seed crops of the harvest, even if the clover seed crop was a bit off the mark.
A purple-coloured plant producing two million seeds a year could cause strife to Canterbury farmers unless detected early.
AgResearch scientist Dr Phil Rolston has been awarded China's highest science award for his contribution to agriculture there.
A Taranaki dairy farmer is putting her experience of owning a herd infected with bovine tuberculosis (TB) to good use.
OPINION: Economic forecast heralds good and bad news.
Lamb prices are sinking close to $5 a kg for farmers because of higher-than-normal slaughter rates.
A total fire ban comes into force at midnight tonight for rural South Canterbury as the region's drought-like conditions continue.
Heavier prime lambs eased in price at $100 to $114 at livestock sales at Canterbury Agricultural Park, in Christchurch.
Prime lamb prices rose in a better quality yarding at livestock sales at Coalgate.
Lamb prices drift down as farmers sell off higher stock numbers in dry conditions.
Eerie fluorescence off Hong Kong's seashore is magnificent, disturbing and potentially toxic.
As a youngster Greg Maughan's curiosity about farming led to him sneaking out early each morning to go milking.
Taking water from Lake Tekapo merits discussion, despite a negative economic report, Federated Farmers' national president says.
Taranaki study into a hoof disease in dairy cattle has revealed the infection is more widespread than expected.
Business planning expert says creating a family company, not a trust, is the way to ensure a successful farm ownership succession.
An official drought declaration would make little difference to South Canterbury farmers, Federated Farmers says.
Contractor counts his blessings despite having an ankle smashed as truck runs away.
Farm sales fell in the last quarter of 2014 but remained strong for the year.
Stacey Te Huia abandons his attempt to break shearing world record.
Nine staff have reportedly been arrested at the Chinese importers the kiwifruit firm uses.
Government taking "swift action" to find out how two dogs in Canterbury picked up brown dog ticks.