Profit margins have more room to move upwards on farms, say leaders of the Red Meat Profit Partnership.
Southlanders have a shot of making the world shearing champs.
Welsh woman Robyn Charlton has gone-alcohol free for the World Shearing and Woolhandling Championships.
Ray Cook has been tailing lambs since the 1970s.
Faults made during the slaughter process are being targeted by Alliance Group.
Alliance Group is changing its loyalty payments for farmers supplying only some of their stock this year.
A Hawke's Bay sheep farm is the first in the world to be certified for its pasture-only system.
A South Otago farmer with a diverse operation has a suggestion for sheep farmers wrestling with rising costs and static returns.
An farm exercise to test the management of foot-and-mouth disease leaves the Ministry for Primary Industries pleased.
It pays to pay a bit extra for dairy grazing.
Alliance management and board members queried about "unacceptable" delays in trucks being unloaded for processing.
Canterbury sheep milk producer Guy Trafford talks about the trials and tribulations involved in getting into the industry.
Anne Boswell meets south suffolk sheep stud breeders who have chosen to use minimal intervention to ensure the best animals come through.
A K5 strain will kill 20-30 per cent of a rabbit population building immunity against the original calicivirus.
New Zealand's outdoor farming system proves to be a powerful tool for Silver Fern Farms in Germany.
Technology is helping to move a third-generation Hawke's Bay farmer beyond what his predecessors would have dreamed of.
The home of New Zealand's hardiest sheep is a place few stray onto.
Organisers of the World Shearing and Woolhandling Championships have extended the event by another day in the wake of huge entry numbers.
Gordon Levet discusses the dominance of genes that helped sheep survive before man's intervention.
Southland farmers organise a field day to discuss proposed wintering rules.
NZ lamb company is already exporting its food, and has just tapped into the Chinese market.
Opiki Young Farmers Club celebrates a run of 75 years.
Rural crime prevention roadshow comes to Taranaki next month.
A South Canterbury farming couple have reached the finals of the South Island Farmer of the Year.
Waikato sheep and beef farmers say they will not back down from fighting the Healthy Rivers plan change.
Heart-warming video emerges of drowning sheep being rescued from UK river by kayakers.
Four top agricultural businesses left in the South Island Farmer of the Year competition.
The largest-ever survey of New Zealand red meat farmers makes some interesting finds about on-farm measuring and monitoring.
A shortage of merino fleece from wet conditions in Australia has been a windfall for New Zealand farmers.
A new university programme is set to help the drystock sector.