In welcome news for Kiwi dairy farmers, Trans Pacific Partnership talks in Hawaii have failed.
Ken Shaw isn't looking for a career in governance, but he makes an ideal chairman for the Waipaoa Farm Cadet Trust.
TPP negotiations could be nearing a conclusion without a decent dairy deal.
Recruitment agents say there's a spike in CV fraud, and it's up to employers to watch out.
Celebrities use it and health gurus endorse, now it's been identified as one of eight opportunities to boost the region's economy.
The heavily protected Canadian dairy industry has earned the wrath of Federated Farmers president Dr William Rolleston.
A company associated with a South Canterbury rich-lister has bought more Canterbury farmland.
A shortage of good working dogs pushed prices up at the Gore dog sale recently.
Hugging, dancing, and above all, hope. This is an evening with John Kirwan.
West Coast farmers are coming to grips with their dairy co-operative removing $1 from its 2015-16 payout forecast.
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Few prime lambs sold for under $100 at livestock sales at Coalgate.
Store cattle prices reach a new level unseen by stock agents at livestock sales at Canterbury Agricultural Park, in Christchurch.
Prices reached levels unseen since the late 1980s for 28 to 33 micron crossbred wool at a Christchurch wool sale.
Major fertiliser co-op shifts into its new offices after being shaken out of its old headquarters by the Christchurch earthquakes.
NZ's arable farmers warned to be careful in avoiding a resistance to agrichemicals.
Buyers who had bought dairy farms in the last few years based on high milk prices "should be a bit worried" say Quotable Value.
OPINION: Over many years farming couples have taught me a lot, but not all of it was bankable.
Comparing Fonterra's payout with the performance of other dairy co-ops serves little purpose in the added value debate a farming leader claims.
Canterbury farmers are soldiering on in the hope that a warm and wet spring might finally deliver them some relief from a long drought.
DairyNZ warns farmers to carefully manage their spending as losses loom this season.
NZ agricultural trade reps say the US stands to be the biggest dairy industry winner in the short term from the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal.
The gap between rich and poor is growing. According to Sir James Wallace, it's the rich people's fault.
Due to increased farming commitments this season the much valued and respected chairman of the Hauraki Plains-based P3 Trust has stepped down.
Fertiliser buying farmers will receive a shareholder distribution totalling $76 million from their Ballance Agri-Nutrients co-operative starting tomorrow despite its total revenue coming off a record previous year.
She grew up on a Wairarapa sheep farm, now she's rebooting fashionable shoes.
The strongest el nino weather system in 18 years is raising the risk of a stormy cold spring and an east coast summer drought.
Federated Farmers disagrees with economist's prediction that farm values may fall towards the end of 2015.
Taranaki sheep and beef farmer wishes he could do more to help his flood-stricken colleagues.
Taranaki guardians continue to watch environment even though dairy cow numbers and fertiliser use remains steady in the region.