As Christmas approaches Louise Giltrap looks back over the year and counts her blessings.
"Test tube meat" means farmers need to be more efficient.
OPINION: Change may be in the wind for Clutha-Southland, one of the safest National seats in the country.
A legal take on earthquake insurance claims for farmers.
Marc Gascoigne has just returned from an eventful holiday in Australia.
OPINION: Meat has a massive part to play in a child's first 1000 days and I'm proud to market it to parents.
Ike Williams wades into the fat lamb debate.
Quakes, Trump and a cold spring - what next for farmers?
Dairy farmers are putting their best foot forward in the McCaw advertising campaign while others believe dairying ruins rivers.
OPINION: Green groups' views need to be respected, but achieving high water standards poses economic pitfalls.
Keith Woodford says dairy volatility is still with us, and there is lots of uncertainty over the coming months.
OPINION: It's NZ's biggest river. But to swim it we'll have to get rid of Tokoroa, Te Awamutu and Cambridge.
Scientists now know more about the role natural genetic modification plays in evolution.
Quake farmers have the support of their farming kin.
Vulnerable sharemilkers need to be looked after as well as farmer/shareholders.
OPINION: Farmers can make a more informed decision on the Healthy Rivers Plan for Change now that Federated Farmers has updated its website.
Louise Giltrap has rose-tinted expectations for the creation of a community vege garden.
Cleaning up household rubbish dumped on his dairy farm got Marc Gascoigne thinking about pollution.
Farmer Mark Patterson questions decisions made about Telford's future.
OPINION: The organisation has, rather bravely, inserted itself into the farm animal welfare debate.
Sir Keith Holyoake was the last PM to govern four terms. But nothing really bad happened then.
OPINION: Politicians need to start connecting with rural voters if the country is to avoid a Trump-like election result next year.
Shona Frengley has worked her way up to a role at one of New Zealand's largest red meat co-operatives.
China's infant formula market imports continue to grow but further business failures are inevitable.
If we are to turn the meat industry around we need to take a leaf from the Trump campaign, says John McCarthy.
Young people should develop a strong base on which they can build a career, says Kirsten Bryant.
OPINION: During his life Dick Wenzel touched so many lives in so many ways and I am grateful that mine was one of them.
OPINION: Five things all startups should know about intellectual property.
Louise Giltrap is practising a new skill - how to be quiet and listen.
Don't try to impose the life you want onto everyone else, Marc Gascoigne tells SAFE and Farmwatch.