A shortage of good working dogs pushed prices up at the Gore dog sale recently.
Canterbury farmers are soldiering on in the hope that a warm and wet spring might finally deliver them some relief from a long drought.
She grew up on a Wairarapa sheep farm, now she's rebooting fashionable shoes.
Taranaki sheep and beef farmer wishes he could do more to help his flood-stricken colleagues.
A Marlborough sheepdog recovered from a serious staking injury to give birth to a litter of healthy pups.
Shearer used to drive from Ashburton to Blenheim and see nothing but corriedales; now it’s cows or grapes.
Sheep and beef farmers Martin and Mary Taylor haven't shorn or dagged a sheep in at least 10 years.
Holmes Warren is regarded as the ''father of the modern romney''.
Mating is in the spotlight as Mt Linton Station attempts to up the profitability of hogget lamb progeny.
As the North Canterbury drought deepens, a father and son reveal that this is as bad as it gets.
The next generation of Te Kuiti shearing master is on the rise after Jack Fagan pipped his legendary father at Great Yorkshire Show.
Canterbury farmers see lambing percentages fall as paddocks are depleted by drought.
A farmer has killed two dogs believed to have mauled his neighbours' sheep to death.
Mexico is keen for two million more sheep from New Zealand by 2018.
OPINION: Our meat exports are not well marketed.
Kiwi slaughtermen talk about their experiences of working in meat processing plants in Iceland and why they are heading back again this year.
Merino farmers have joined the carpet trade after supplying merino crossbred wool in a $3 million contract with manufacturer Godfrey Hirst Carpets.
Mackenzie Country merino grower Andrew Simpson is convinced he needs to think outside the square if his farm is to remain sustainable and intergenerational.
Ewe could say it was the kind of live-stream TV report that gives you a warm feeling; a number one shot, even.
SAFE is claiming 252 sheep destined for the live export shipment to Mexico, died before they even went on board.
The sheep industry's standout performers have been named at the Beef + Lamb NZ Sheep Industry Awards in Invercargill.
The winner of the romney section of the NZ Ewe Hogget competition tells of his belief in traditional farming methods.
Specialised herb-clover mixes may be the answer to improving both reproductive performance of sheep, and lamb finishing weights.
The effects of the lengthy drought and continuing feed supply and grass growth issues continue to concern farmers.
The Nada's recent sailing from the Port of Timaru with a shipment of livestock left a trail of conjecture in its wake
Industry leader advocates for more regular forecasts for lamb prices.
Businessman reveals that Saudis would pay over $200 a head for NZ sheep for slaughter.
Tucked away in the hills of South Canterbury is a little piece of paradise for coloured sheep.
The sheep on board the Nada bound for Mexico do not meet MPI standards regarding age.
OPINION: Livestock carrier Nada has left behind enough conjecture and opinion to last for months.