Marlborough dairy farmer hopes to retain four farms in a refinancing deal.
Animals will deliver more meat and milk if treated well, says US animal welfare academic.
A group of Southland dairy farmers are happy to be next to a wetland reserve.
Much could hang on Wednesday's Global Dairy Trade auction.
Two New Zealand companies made the finals of the World Dairy Innovation Awards although neither managed to come away with a first prize.
Up to 14 farmers will eventually be part of a project that will allow native species to thrive.
Farmers are being asked to think about recycling their plastic.
A prominent Taranaki farm consultant and dairy advocate has been named as a finalist in the Farmax Farm Consultant of the Year awards.
Pasture left undamaged by rainfall
629636585 Anna Hardwick-Smith with Spark competed at the 2014 Taranaki Sheep Dog Trial Showring Championships in Hawera. PHOTO: CHARLOTTE CURD/FAIRFAX NZ
New Taranaki Farmwise consultant Alicia Riley brings a depth of knowledge and experience to her role
Filing an excise duty claim will generate winter cash.
AgResearch scientist is confident dairying can grow while controlling and even reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
NZ ministers and officials have set up a process to safeguard access to European and British markets.
Silver Fern Farms directors did not breach their duties over proposed China deal, the Companies Office finds.
Councillor who owns land affected by dam project can still vote on it, says auditor-general.
Flushing low aquifers with river water could improve poor water quality on Mid Canterbury farmland.
Hawke's Bay farmer Simon Beamish says it's time the meat industry cashed in on Northern Hemisphere demand for GM-free food.
Wairarapa farmers asked to muck in to support Cancer Society.
It's served the dairy industry well, but the model faces an uncertain future with ownership becoming harder.
Scientist Doug Edmeades has a quibble about the MPI's definition of research funding.
Dairy Woman of the Year Rebecca Keoghan recognised for ten years of outstanding contribution to the dairy industry.
Pest company creates a "virtual barrier" of bait stations and traps to eradicate predators on conservation land in Marlborough Sounds.
A Nelson dairy business consultant is in the running for a national award.
Farming women from across Marlborough have been left empowered by a course designed especially for them.
Marine farmers won't pay coastal occupancy charges until "cloud of uncertainty" is lifted over industry.
Dairy payout forecast sees positive farmers outnumber pessimists for first time in 15 months.