5:00 AM Dairy farmers struggling to fill 2000 vacancies feel snubbed by the Government after border exception for skilled workers excluded them.
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The Stratford District Council is still holding one of the dogs that took part in killing 18 sheep earlier this month.
The largest South Canterbury drystock property to come to the market for at least three years has sold.
“A2 Milk is taking greater corrective action at the expense of short-term profit,” Forsyth Barr analysts say in a report titled ‘An Udder Downgrade’.
Balers, a 40 teat calf rearing trailer, a double horse float, harrows, portable troughs, a Ford 6600 tractor with loader and a concrete mixer are all up for grabs at a Waimate school's fundraiser.
South Waikato farmers angry at council's rates-take proposal to ease urban burden.
Councils may have to retrain staff and contractors to become certified bat detectors.
A2 Milk expects to destroy between 8 million to 9 million tins of its premium infant formula as part of a plan to refresh and reduce its inventory in the market.
The government is backing plans to test the business case for locally grown durum wheat.
Geoffrey Young has no regrets as he ends is term as Southland Federated Farmers president.
Marlborough’s sauvignon blanc could one day lose its famed zing if temperatures – both above and below ground – keep getting warmer.
Despite only eight people turning up to protest the live export trade continuing for two more years, animal advocate said the public support has grown.
Fonterra chief executive Miles Hurrell says he was under no illusions about the task ahead when he took over the top job at the dairy giant.
In 1982, there were 22 sheep for every New Zealander. Now there are just five per person.