The new venison plant at the Pareora freezing works, which officially opened today, will bring a boost to the South Canterbury economy.
Three Manawatu and Hawke's Bay locals are in the finals for the best lamb competition.
The Easter chilled lamb program filled for another year.
New Zealand's finest sheep farmers compete for who can produce the tastiest lamb.
Lamb prices have picked up from their low to the relief of sheep farmers.
Waikato farmers are pleased with the willingness of councillors to listen to their concerns.
An odd combination of farmers and technical people work together to solve on-farm problems.
A hill country field day gave isolated farmers an opportunity to network and learn.
After 10 years, chief Glammies judge Graham Hawkes is still searching for the tastiest lamb.
Andrew Morrison writes about the important role of sheep and beef farmers.
More farmers are body condition scoring ewes, as they see there is money to be made.
Environment Canterbury (ECan) is seeking permission to release a strain of rabbit haemorrhagic disease.
Dairy sheep will be up for auction in Carterton next month, in a Kiwi first.
Tim Wilson loves holistic farming - and it's helping keep his wallet full, too.
Black pastures are all that's left after the Port Hills fires swept through land leased by a young farming couple.
Months ahead of schedule, some herds are already sporting warmer winter coats.
"Dog trialing can be a great leveller."
The Marlborough region had lost 25,000ha of flat pastoral land in the past three decades due to land use changes as the traditional sheep farmer had been "pushed back to the hills".
New Zealand lamb is now behind Australia in terms of production, size and marketing.
Taranaki competitors made a clean sweep at opening events on their dog trials calendar.
Hawke's Bay shearing champion Rowland Smith wins 100th open-class title.
A "poor" turnout to the Southern Shears held in Gore on Friday and Saturday.
World Champions Henare and Kirkpatrick are competing in Gore this weekend.
The call is out for capital to get the Hunter Downs irrigation scheme off the ground.
Identify environmental hot spots such as stock yards, offal holes and silage stacks, says Alan Campbell.
Fire comms break down - farmer Greg Graham discovered his home still stands on Facebook.
Ouch. Some of those anti-farming pokes are painful.
Nero head chef and lamb ambassador Scott Kennedy talks all things lamb.
Sheep are cool, but sometimes evolution is just not on their side.
They're skilled fencers, ready to help. They just have to do another health and safety induction.