The Cheviot Spring Festival promises a day off the farm for farmers under pressure from the drought, and a chance to celebrate spring with their friends.
OPINION: To be thankful and focus on good things doesn't change circumstance but does alter outlook and impact on others.
Some gun owners feel putting information online is "actually creating a shopping list for criminals."
Jo Horrell is feeling positive about the future of this country's sheep industry.
OPINION: Lambing time is a lasting memory of spring.
It's all in the breeding for a young Taranaki sharemilker.
Opinion: The fairytale of farming doesn't always have a happy ever after ending.
Globalisation is the process by which businesses develop international influence or start operating on an international scale.
Although manuka honey has brought many benefits to Taranaki, its rapid growth has caused the odd hiccup too.
Kirsten Bryant ponders the effect of the Brexit vote.
The Alliance meat co-op is holding a second series of women's workshops around the country.
Dairy Woman of the Year Rebecca Keoghan recognised for ten years of outstanding contribution to the dairy industry.
OPINION: If landowners are expected to protect wetlands, shouldn't they also be compensated?
OPINION: Dog trials bring a lot of enjoyment, but registering working dogs does give rise to frustration.
Alliance Group director Dawn Sangster says women need to be a part of their farming businesses.
OPINION: Living where we do first aid is vital, knowing that any further aid is more than an hour away.
Women are getting a better grasp of using herd data for their dairy farm.
OPINION: An experience with two "freedom campers'' has forced me to rethink my perceptions.
The autumn shear has been happening for 165 years at Marlborough's Coatbridge Station.
Do the right thing for health and safety on a farm when no one is looking, says Lindy Nelson.
A golden fleece title has put the icing on the cake for black and coloured sheep breeder Phillippa Sanders.
Rebecca Keoghan has been recognised for a decade of contribution to the dairy industry.
Low dairy prices are biting but farmers advised to think long term and keeping an eye on the prize.
A Rangitikei couple have poured their heart and soul into transforming a tired farm into a productive one.
Two women are in with a chance of winning a dairy community leadership award.
Stress on the farm is causing physical problems for Lyn Webster.
This is the story of a leg of lamb.
Joyce Wyllie' wades through the tangle of health and safety abbreviations.
OPINION: Death is something faced on farms regularly and rural families learn to deal with it, but never casually.