OPINION: Allowing GM crops to be grown in NZ is a decision to be determined by government, not regional or district councils.
Lyn Webster disagrees with experts who reckon we need to stop producing so much milk.
Louise Giltrap has some ideas to feed children going to school without lunch, but needs help.
Charging for water is more complicated than it appears at first glance, says Marc Gascoigne.
OPINION: An industry/system the envy of the world.
Most of us want to know where our food comes from.
Talent comes in many forms, Lyn Webster says.
OPINION: Kiwis view access to public land as a birthright, but it shouldn't come at the expense of private property rights.
OPINION: Trust the farmers. Your organic and non-organic food is safe to eat.
Mark Patterson discusses the dire situation the wool industry has found itself in.
A closer look at regional water quality trends reveals the doom and gloom of one-eyed critics is unwarranted, writes Doug Edmeades.
OPINION: It is easy for the public to get caught up in sneaky ploys of disseminating false information, insinuations and allegations.
Where do you start when training a dog for stock work?
Removing agriculture would leave a massive hole in New Zealand's economy, Lyn Webster says.
Chris Lewis gives some tips to employees when it comes to applying for a farm job.
OPINION: None of Marc Gascoigne's children want to go farming and that's OK with him.
OPINION: Don't blame dairy farmers. Don't blame urban folk. We're all responsible for NZ's polluted waters.
OPINION: Depression is a brutal illness. And climbing out of the hole it creates is a monumental task.
Moving to the value added space is tough but necessary if New Zealand agriculture is to survive in the future.
Beef+Lamb New Zealand will tell the story that underpins our red meat industry.
OPINION: There are hidden costs in farmers using water, Lyn Webster says.
Farmers are weighing up their options around loading facilities in advance of new bobby calves regulations.
Farmers are positive about the coming autumn in South Canterbury.
It pays not to cut corners when hiring staff.
Owl Farm is undergoing a pasture improvement program to lift the dry matter content of its paddocks.
OPINION: My father had a terrible farming accident 20 years ago. New safety laws infuriate farmers, but safety is common sense.
Earthworms act as biological aerators and physical conditioners of the soil.
OPINION: The Government has ambitiously set a date for our children and grandchildren to swim in 90 per cent of our rivers and lakes.
The time for meat processors to collaborate has passed, writes Peter McDonald.
OPINION: People often ask "what do you do out there in the country?''