OPINION: We didn't know how lucky we were. Now we can't swim in our rivers, let alone drink from them.
Doug Edmeades muses on the difficulties of communicating science through a blog.
OPINON: Many farmers now accept a WorkSafe inspector's job is to help them recognise and manage risks.
World Iron Awareness Week is getting a big push from Beef + Lamb NZ marketing supremo Rod Slater.
OPINION: You can't have one cannabis joint and drive safely, says NZ Farmer editor Jon Morgan.
OPINION: By investing in science now we are investing in the future of our economy and the enhancement of our environment.
Cost of consent will outweigh cost of monitoring in Healthy Rivers plan, say Waikato farmers.
OPINION: High country farmers give help unconditionally.
OPINION: Submissions on King Salmon's application for new farms is lip service to democracy, writes Tony Orman.
Direct your passion for hating dairy farmers into doing some good, like cleaning up domestic violence, Louise Giltrap challenges the keyboard warriors
Moves to clean up waterways are only band-aids, says soil scientist Graham Shepherd. The root cause of dairy pollution is too much fertiliser on farms.
OPINION: We don't have a water supply issue, we have a water management issue.
OPINION: The world needs cow's milk, alternatives just aren't in the same health league.
Farmer Andrew McGiven is unconvinced that Fish & Game is committed to cleaning up wildfowl fouling of rivers.
Farmers must see consented farming in a positive light, says arable farmer Dave Birkett.
OPINION: The role of Landcorp within the wider farming community is always a sure fire way to liven up a conversation within a group of farmers.
Synlait is about to become the dominant New Zealand producer of infant formula, Keith Woodford says.
Doug Edmeades supports free speech, but argues that in science it must be objective and unbiased.
OPINION: When you're farming yourself, it's best to rise above thoughts of bashing fellow farmers.
The deadline for new rules around bobby calf welfare is approaching.
OPINION: I see the big attraction of growing cannabis crops from a farming point of view - but don't do it, NZ.
Stand up for what you believe in, even if you stand alone, advises Louise Giltrap.
Polluters and the enablers of pollution are to blame for water's environmental crisis, not farmers.
The dairy industry could be making an additional $1 billion each year through efficiency gains in herd fertility, cow health and feed conversion.
Taranaki's improving water quality is a tangible result of farmers' efforts to lower dairying's environmental impact, writes Katrina Knowles.
Who knew there were so many water experts in New Zealand.
Minister promotes benefits of trade on trip to Europe
Taking more care of the soil brings increased productivity, cleaner water, greater soil carbon reserves and much smaller greenhouse gas losses.
New Zealand's agricultural industry is efficient compared to those around the world.
OPINION: Like many farmers, Lyn Webster says it will take a while to recover from the dairy payout crash.