After 11 years in charge of Canterbury high country station Lake Coleridge, manager Byron Kirk can reflect on a job well done.
OPINION: Claims that exotic breeds have saved the sheep industry are exaggerated and widely inaccurate .
Police say the animals packed like "sardines" into a van they stopped this morning.
Dipton farming family celebrate after signing potentially unique deal in NZ with Japanese wool buyer.
A Canterbury ram stud breeder has become a convert to CT scanning after selling a southdown ram for $14,000.
Australian legs of lamb have winged their way across the Tasman in time for Kiwis’ Christmas roasts.
Champion sheep breeder Penni Loffhagen likes what she looks at.
A human ''wolf'' has targeted sheep’s clothing, with 35 wool bales missing from two Akaroa farms.
Claims that exotic breeds have saved the sheep industry are exaggerated.
Enthusiastic Wairarapa farmers Matt and Lynley Wyeth are putting the beef and sheep industry in the spotlight.
Coopdales are a winning formula for Palmerston farmers Simon and Kirstin Engelbrecht.
The five-stand world record for shearing lambs in eight hours is to be challenged by a shearing gang in a remote woolshed nearTe Kuiti.
Record-beating shearer comes out swinging against an animal rights group making outlandish claims about the treatment of sheep.
One of New Zealand's biggest ram breeders puts his sheep through a harsh regime.
A South Canterbury ram stud owner says adapting his breeding to dairy's domination of rich pastures helped him fetch top dollar.
Early spring lamb for the NZ market has been a runaway success for Whanganui farmers.
Dorset downs are early-lambing, fast- growing and meaty.
A tasty texel wowed the judges in the Mint Lamb competition.
Joe Adams keeps a foot in two countries and looks at it as being productive on both sides of the world.
Lamb numbers this year have bounced back slightly from last year's drought-affected crop, with an increase of 1.2 per cent.
There is no silver bullet for getting hogget lambing right.
Thanks to the latest issue of Army News we now know that NZ soldiers seeking the killer edge lug sheep around.
Merino clothing has gone where no sheep has gone before - the final frontier.
The theft of more than 300 ewe lambs ewes from a remote Stratford farm has highlighted a problem.
East Otago farmers Simon and Kirstin Engelbrecht are to showcase their top ewe hoggets at a field day.
Rob Tipa reports on how a farming family copes with the extreme conditions of Central Otago hill country.
Key figure in the slaughter, theft of 16 sheep played pokies while three friends did the dirty work.
In the deepest darkest area of King Country, Mark Fagan has discovered and farms a slice of paradise.
Lambing percentages have rocketed since a Chilean farmer introduced New Zealand genetics.
Early season lamb was once celebrated in the same seasonal way bluff oysters and whitebait are.