Around the country, pink bundles have been appearing on paddocks.
A journalist who gave rural women a voice has been honoured for her services.
Catching a farming mum like Sarah von Dadelszen sitting still is a hard ask.
After years of juggling family, farming, studying and working, Dr Alison Watters now enjoys a slower pace of life.
Attending an environmental forum has set a Taranaki woman on a path to remind people caring for the environment is everyone's responsibility.
Alliance meat processor sees women as key on-farm decision-makers and wants to improve their understanding of the co-operative.
A desire to help other women reach their potential motivates a vet to join a programme to develop her leadership skills.
Southland farmer's wife and mother Melanie McKenzie spends her downtime working.
Key figure in the slaughter, theft of 16 sheep played pokies while three friends did the dirty work.
Rural Women NZ has picked up a windfall $18m from the sale of its shares in Access Homehealth.
A Marlborough beekeeper is still buzzing over her win at this year's Enterprising Rural Women Awards.
Through no fault of his own a Taranaki farmer has become the proud owner of dozens of pretty pink silage bales.
A pilot programme to develop the skills and confidence of dairy women to influence and lead positive change in their businesses and communities begins this month.
It's a hard road finding the perfect woman. But if you look hard enough you will find her working on a Southland dairy farm.
Global cosmetic, health food and medical industries look to a small-town Kiwi business for vital ingredients.
While many Women's Institutes are struggling for members, one such group in Manawatu is bucking the trend.
An ambitious young dairy manager enjoys every day on the job.
Showing horses is in Thelma Busby's blood.
New baby, new job, new awards. Life is busy and challenging for one of New Zealand's top sharemilkers.
A limited run of pink bale wrap and pink/black net wrap to be available this silage season to raise awareness of breast cancer in rural communities.
A translation error has led to the selection of a former Taranaki woman for the World Young Shepherds' Challenge in France.