You can almost hear Roger Bell's grass growing on his Waimatua sheep farm.
South suffolk breeder Trevor McCall knew his ram was a good sheep.
At 87 years old and with 318,000km on the clock of his wee Fiat, James Pirie is a true champion.
Will the iconic New Zealand sheep farm become a thing of the past in South Canterbury?
Pigs being raised and released for sport are costing an exasperated farmer thousands of dollars.
Farming at QE Park along the Kapiti Coast has changed focus.
Sheep and beef farmers are living proof you can pursue commercial success without sacrificing a meaningful life.
Lessons learned in the North Canterbury drought could see long-term changes in the way people farm
Bronwyn Muir turns her focus to the positive points of farming in Taranaki.
Regional council chairman, farmer, agricultural contractor and pilot Bruce Gordon wears plenty of hats.
Farmers are accused of letting their animals suffer out in the hot sun.
Sheep farmers are being encouraged to put their best flock forward in the 2016 New Zealand Ewe Hogget competition.
Facial eczema spore counts for stock are up across the upper North Island from warm and wet weather.
Everywhere Jack Condon goes Mack goes too.
Feilding consultant in Australasian agri-finals for big award.
North and South Island wool sales generated a mixture of higher and lower prices.
Among chemicals collected in a round-up were old containers and bottles of 245T and dialdrin, banned in the early 1960s.
Raindrops keep falling on farmers' heads to remove the drought pall over them.
The appetite for New Zealand lamb may have slowed in overseas markets, but entries are up in the 2016 Beef + Lamb New Zealand Golden Lamb Awards.
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.
New pasture will smother an outbreak of chilean needle grass found at a farm park near Blenheim.
OPINION: More action will be taken in 2016 to address shortcomings in calf welfare, Chris Lewis says.
Wool appears to be coming out of a long hibernation.
Wool prices increase on lower currency.
Record shipments of red meat have been sold more cheaply.
Lamb farmers are in for more disappointment over this season's earnings.
A Banks Peninsula farmer is still farming much the same way as the previous four generations of his family did.
A dairy farm is the setting for the Oxford dog trials this weekend.
Marching on NZ-supplied merino socks as well as their stomachs are NATO troops.
The russell lupin is admired by tourists, despised by environmentalists and increasingly sought after by Mackenzie Basin runholders.