A Massey diploma student wants to return to the hills as soon as he graduates.
Whangamomona's Rachel Dobson and heading dog Rowdy made the leaderboard of the straight hunt at the first call of the championships after 29 contestants had competed on Monday.
New Zealand has food safety and animal health stories that should be used to boost the values of farming products.
Potential constraints on the future supply of New Zealand lamb are a concern for an American company.
NZ company targets high fliers with a carpet that doesn't lose its oomph.
Silver Fern Farms stock buyer Kerry Lewis is close to retiring after 45 years on the job.
Delay in OSPRI's programme in the central North Island.
Newhaven Perendales is stretching the boundaries of the traditional family-run farm.
Chilled meat exports to China won't happen overnight.
A hill country farm east of Dannevirke has helped hundreds of young people with their tertiary studies.
The north holds sway over the south at least in numbers for the New Zealand Ewe Hogget Competition.
Allan and Kathryn Marshall future-proof their farm
A fungal toxin that suppresses sheep fertility lurks unseen in our pastures.
Farmers told they could use existing land information better.
Agriculture needs a new concept if it to play its part in limiting global warming.
Tickets to the Golden Shears World Shearing and Wool Handling Championships on sale.
Palmerston North seeds sent to Norway as a precaution.
Farmers have been happy with the rain.
The market stays strong at Fielding.
Three-time New Zealand champion dog triallist Ginger Anderson, of Omarama, is a man who understands pedigrees and good breeding, whether he is talking about top trial dogs, fine wool sheep or charolais cattle.
Japanese demand lifts for suits made from high country merino fleece.
For next to nothing you could be the proud overlord of rolling hills and a load of sheep - but there's a catch.
Wool prices eased at the North Island sale.
Mustering is still done the traditional way - on foot - at this Canterbury high country farm.
Water issues and pest management strategies are a major concern for farmers in the year ahead.
A livewire coopworth breeder is making her mark in the fight against facial eczema.
Primary industries production remains crucial in Southland's future.
The Glassfords and Sinnamons will take some beating when 34 farming families line up for the Century Farm and Station Awards.
Dipton farmer Jared Collie has sent away more lambs at heavier weights and earlier than normal.