Perendale sheep breeders gather in Waikato for the breed society's annual conference.
A North Canterbury farmer arranges his sheep into roadside billboards - for laughs.
Sheep and beef farmers need to start thinking about environmental issues, Federated Farmers says.
Police say dogs killed close to 200 sheep on a North Otago farm - but Ngapara residents are doubtful.
Japanese company buying merino wool for suits heading back to NZ's high country next year with another 20 of its top sales people.
Louisa McClintock is just 17 but is farming a dry north Canterbury farm with her 80-year-old grandfather.
Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep and a drone is off to find them.
Sheep have been burnt alive after the Tararua shed they were in caught fire.
Marlborough has bucked national trends with more sheep added to the region's flock.
An Otago farmer’s dedication to producing ultra-fine wool for a Japanese suit-maker has paid off.
Alliance Group aims to reduce carbon emissions by 3300 tonnes over the next three years.
It's 25 years since texel sheep were introduced to NZ farmers and Keith and Ruth have seen plenty of changes in that time.
Japanese sales people cut a dash in NZ merino wool suits on their way to listen to Minister of Finance Bill English in Auckland.
Coloured sheep are welcomed with open arms at Beverley Forrester's North Canterbury farm.
New Zealand's sheep numbers have plummeted to where there are now only six for each person living here.
Do sheep care if their friends are hurt? One Palmerston North student tried to find out.
The theft of about $19,000 of sheep from a Canterbury farmer is a "kick in the guts" says Federated Farmers.
A farmer "can't understand" how a nocturnal thief stole 170 sheep.
Rob Tipa meets a couple praised by farm environment award judges as motivated and driven with a strong desire to succeed.
Wool prices made good gains especially for crossbred wool at the Christchurch wool sale on Thursday.
Within 10 years merino farmers hope to have a footrot-resistant fine wool sheep producing more lambs and feeding on better forages..
Southern sheep farmers have come out on top in the New Zealand Ewe Hogget competition.
Les Roughan's ticker is not the best.
Sheep farmers hope new genetic testing will spell the end of footrot in merinos which is costing them $10m a year.
Retired farmer Don Reid can remember when 78 English leicester rams left his family's Darfield property on a truck to go out to the stud's many customers.
Many farmers are looking at making a loss in the drought stricken Hurunui district.
A decade ago an exchange student piqued Chris and Annabelle Hampton's interest in Charollais sheep.
An open day in 1990 was all it took for Shirley Hayes to fall in love with texels.
Couple win the Southland-West Otago ewe hogget competition for the second year in a row.
Farm environment award winners on Banks Peninsula reveal how they’ve made their summer-dry hill country farm hum.