Regional council have been told in no uncertain terms they should continue funding possum control for at least another year.
Five of the best firewood trees and tips on how to store and dry wood.
NZ's most facial eczema-tolerant recorded perendale sheep share a stud home with beef shorthorns deep in the King Country.
"Farming is a fantastic way to bring up a family. We have the best job in the world," say a Gisborne farming couple.
Two Taranaki competitors are on the leaderboard after the first day of the South Island Sheep Dog Trial Championships.
A Southland farmer whose herd was severely affected after eating toxic swedes last year, said he just wants the truth.
OPINION: Farmers risked eroding Fonterra's collective strength if they leave the co-operative to chase a perceived short term advantage.
DairyNZ leader says success will come through working hard, doing a great job and taking the initiative.
Building a cow barn has allowed Tony Allcock to better feed his herd, control his environmental footprint and protect his pastures.
The search to find the best steak is starting to sizzle after 20 finalists were found for the Steak of Origin competition.
Les Roughan's ticker is not the best.
National MP Chester Borrows is getting his mouth washed out with soap by Labour's Iain Lees-Galloway.
Sheep farmers hope new genetic testing will spell the end of footrot in merinos which is costing them $10m a year.
Canterbury and Waikato-Hauraki farmers were the big winners at the NZ Dairy Industry Awards.
Hayden Slack is on a mission to change perception that ayrshires are not a good breed.
New Zealand's sheep and beef farmers are in the spotlight for Fieldays.
NZ Dairy Industry Awards winners ahead of the game in driving profitability on farms, during a forecast period of low milk payouts.
Fonterra's premium offer for more South Island winter milk described as a "token gesture".
A lower milk payout will take millions from Manawatu's economy as farmers a the payout almost halves from last year's record.
A young Tararua couple reveal how they are keeping their farm system simple.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy urged the dairy farmers to work with advisors to get through the low payout year.
A local processor has indicated his company will support the New Zealand asparagus growers that Heinz Watties have abandoned in favour of Peruvian.
Conservationists might soon be able to know if a predator has been caught in a trap by simply checking their computer or smartphone.
Two counter-balancing influences predicted to have an impact on this year's bull-selling season.
Fonterra asked to bring forward date of the new season’s advance milk payment to help struggling farmers budget.
Northland ram breeder Gordon Levet suspects that sheep farmers have been unconsciously selecting for resistance to pneumonia.
Farming couple and a businessman tell how their efforts won them the land stewardship category in the Canterbury Farm Environment Awards.
Sitting on the deck of a secluded log cabin overlooking a natural amphitheatre of regenerating native bush, it is hard to hear yourself think for the rowdy chorus of birdsong.
Rob Tipa meets a couple who are blending conservation and tourism with high-performance farming.
Doug Edmeades says the old saw is correct: It’s difficult to make predictions, especially about the future.