OPINION: A new scheme will stop the common gripe about a lack of skilled farm workers.
Dairy farming needs to better tell its story.
Farming parents have a duty to prepare the next generation to be financially savvy farmers.
It's back to the drawing board for Fonterra and its shareholders' council.
Trade expert Crawford Falconer lays down the facts about Europe's many subsidies propping up agriculture.
Fieldays is upon us and will be a welcome sight for many farmers.
OPINION: Dog trials bring a lot of enjoyment, but registering working dogs does give rise to frustration.
OPINION: It may seem cruel, but it's better for a cow and calf to be separated on day 1.
Opinion: Company directors sometimes forget that they are representing shareholders and need to keep them informed.
OPINION: There's a silver lining to having your farm finances put under the bank's microscope.
Director selection is causing the most farmer debate in Fonterra's governance and representation review.
OPINION: Australian farmers' vulnerability makes them attractive to the public.
So-called experts claiming they knew the dairy downturn was coming should have piped up earlier.
Winter has finally decided to arrive, with snow well down the mountains.
Two years of drought has failed to deter North Canterbury farmers Craig and Ken Tomlinson from producing top romneys.
We waste about a quarter of our food, turfing out 600,000 tonnes of leftovers each year.
The owners of Mt Peel and Raincliff station have led the way in pooling deer knowledge among farmers.
A solid Budget for rural communities – Budget 2016
The Aussies support their farmers much more than we do.
OPINION: Waikato dairy farmers would have looked back at the 2015-16 season as one of the toughest in living memory.
Column: the world's problems, as far away as they are, make their presence felt on New Zealand farms.
Confusion around payments for milk is part of the reality of being a Fonterra supplier, says Keith Woodford.
OPINION: Fonterra's review is a step aimed at getting the best directors possible to govern the co-operative.
In the immortal words of Forrest Gump, "Life is a box of chocolates – you never know what you're gonna get".
Who can farmers turn to for sound, objective independent information, asks Doug Edmeades.
The difficult season is top of the agenda when sharemilkers and their employers get together.
OPINION: Waikato is a weed zone from unwitting settlers, bird spread and contaminated imported crop seed.
OPINION: Farmers might have some difficult tax calls to make from lower cow values.