AgResearch has got the nod from the Government to revamp its science facilities including new Lincoln and Palmerston North campuses.
Fonterra have appointed two people from within the organisation as senior managers.
Marlborough grapegrowers have had their most profitable harvest in years.
As European politicians and officials row over the weedkiller Roundup, the NZ primary sector watches on cautiously.
Willie and Phillipa Menlove from Lumsden have won the national ewe hogget competition by the narrowest of margins
New Zealand's $1.9b kiwifruit industry depends on developing new novel varieties.
Confusion around payments for milk is part of the reality of being a Fonterra supplier, says Keith Woodford.
Four agribusiness scholarships at St Paul's Collegiate School will be offered at the school's site at Fieldays.
Sensual carrots, phallic eggplants, siamese apples, and busty oranges - some of the oddest fruit that have gone up for sale.
A $45 million deal will have merino farmers supplying their fine wool to Italian wool mill Reda for five years.
OPINION: Fonterra's review is a step aimed at getting the best directors possible to govern the co-operative.
As Fonterra moves to attract capable businessmen to its top table, some farmers are concerned changes to voting methods will compromise their rights as shareholders.
Completing a farm environment management plan for their regional council hasn't been the hassle a Central Hawke's Bay farming couple expected.
In the immortal words of Forrest Gump, "Life is a box of chocolates – you never know what you're gonna get".
The old saying 'production is vanity; profit is sanity' is profound right now.
Details of the farmwalk at the Westpac Taranaki Agricultural Research Station at Hawera for the 14 days ending on Tuesday are:
A Massey diploma student wants to return to the hills as soon as he graduates.
United States merino apparel chiefs were blown away with Canterbury's stunning high country scenery and a snow backdrop.
It could cost New Zealand employers $10,000 or more to recruit a Filipino worker.
Dairy farmers facing tough times can only dream about buying big items at Fieldays, but less expensive gear is in their price range.
A note from her daughter wasn't enough to save a Mongolian visitor's stash of yak meat.
Who can farmers turn to for sound, objective independent information, asks Doug Edmeades.
Terence Daly must complete 100 hours community work after he was nabbed by undercover agent
Six fodderbeat seedlines are confirmed to be contaminated with velvetleaf seed.
A historic South Canterbury homestead with ten bedrooms and six bathrooms is up for sale.
Respect runs deep for the land at the Muir household.
Fieldays Ag Art Wear will once again be a favourite among Fieldays visitors.
Natural food company Comvita and a Marlborough honey company have started a multi-million dollar joint venture.
Belinda MacDonald and Neena Truscott will be showcasing their nourishing, fresh food at Fieldays.