OPINION: Chris Lewis takes stock of a frustrating dairy season.
OPINION: International research shows that smaller boards have achieved bigger returns for its shareholders.
OPINION: Farm stress always rises in summer
OPINION: Trade and the milk price have dominated the news recently.
Bronwyn Muir turns her focus to the positive points of farming in Taranaki.
Have you ever wondered why some people are continually having hassles?
OPINION: The uproar around the Lake Taylor herd of thirsty cows has highlighted the challenges of getting practical solutions to stock exclusion.
Depression and anxiety can strike anyone anytime. Marc Gascoigne knows how easy it can happen.
A farming Mum and Dad have many questions when their son returns from a two-year OE trip.
While the lead-up to Christmas is a blur of crutching, shearing, weaning and producing stock in top condition for market, mid-January is our time to take stock, re-group and plan how we intend to proceed through until autumn.
Changes are in the air for farmers, Matamata Federated Farmers chair believes.
OPINION: More action will be taken in 2016 to address shortcomings in calf welfare, Chris Lewis says.
DairyNZ has been working with schools across the country for the past four years in an effort to bridge the knowledge gap about dairy farming. Teaching children enables you to reach families, says brand marketing manager Andrew Fraser.
The russell lupin is admired by tourists, despised by environmentalists and increasingly sought after by Mackenzie Basin runholders.
Federated Farmers president William Rolleston outlines the main concerns for farmers this year.
OPINION: Happy New Year to you all – I hope you had a restful and stress free festive season.
The meat industry's lack of consideration for farmers has a Canterbury sheep and beef farmer's wife seething.
We may not appreciate it, but we are pretty blessed, writes Marc Gascoigne.
Louise Giltrap goes back into the kitchen to hold cooking classes for busy farm workers.
OPINION: For farmers, the question is when will our environmental efforts be recognised?
Rain is not helping South Canterbury farmers to bring in their crops.
It was good to put a line through the difficult farming year that was 2015.
This is my first column for the year and a chance to look ahead to what is going to be a very busy 2016.
We've had a good start to the New Year with some welcome rain and it's always a positive time as we look forward to 2016 and what it will bring.
A new generation of people are tasking farmers the impossible task of producing an abundance of cheap food while at the same time having little or no impact on the natural resources.
More rain is needed for South Canterbury farmers.
Keith Woodford casts an eye over the year ahead for agri-food and sees no sudden improvements.
Holiday rain gives Doug Edmeades the chance to catch up on his science reading.
Well, 2015 taught me more than a few years put together, more tolerance than I ever thought possible, and the ability that I know I inherited from my father to endure difficult situations .