Hundreds of hectares of new cherry trees will be planted in Central Otago, but there may not be enough beds for all the workers needed to harvest them.
Strawberry farm ships in team of North Island bumble bees to help pollinate flowers and achieve that perfect strawberry shape.
Sometimes there's little farmers can do when a major storm sweeps in.
A new wine research centre in Blenheim has appointed a Lincoln University professor to help shape the centre's science programme.
In a blow to children around the country, broccoli prices are falling.
Higher petrol prices deal a double blow to farmers, with a quarter having had fuel stolen.
Waikato's polluters are being ordered to pay a fraction of what they could be ordered to under the law.
Hamish and Kate Dunlop farm sheep, cattle and now quinoa, commercially.
But New Zealand supermarkets will stop importing Australian strawberries as a precaution.
About 40 litres of maple sap make 1 litre of maple syrup.
It looks like a kid's slushy and is touted as the answer to our nitrogen problem. But is big business hobbling it to protect profits?
NZ is hooked on synthetic nitrogen, which boosts grass growth. Our waterways are paying the price.
Sri Lankans spread anti-Anchor butter messages on social media following packaging controversy.
Dairy farmers are battling to find staff, with some working an extra 10 hours a week.
Both beef and lamb exports are set to top $3 billion for the second year in a row but farmers are unlikely to see the profits.