Fonterra's boss helped launch a transformation that added $2b to its balance sheet in two years. Most farmers seem OK with that.
The kingmaker Winston Peters slams the king of dairy's $8.32m pay packet.
Deer numbers are slowly rebuilding and marketing efforts paying off with better prices.
The public Guy Fawkes' display was so loud a herd of calves stampeded and some injured themselves, one fatally, a farmer claimed.
Taranaki's regional council says it won't stand still on further improvements to water quality.
On election day, Doug Edmeades reflects on the future of science in a 'post-truth age'.
Think Kiwi farmers are tough? Aussies in the outback take some beating.
Opinion: There are never enough hours in the day when you visit Fieldays.
Modified tractors, the farming equivalent of boy racers, delighted spectators at Mystery Creek.
The head of New Zealand's largest company has seen his pay jump 57 per cent.
Researchers are using an $8.2m grant to find revolutionary ways to increase the stress tolerance of plants.
Increasing levels of potassium in soil can have a direct increase on returns.
New species and technologies will increase resilience of aquaculture stock for the future, industry told.
Before its fish farm plan was made public, the Government had one eye on the cost of beating any legal challenge.
Ewes and dairy cows are losing some condition as spring is slow to arrive.
Iain Lees-Galloway maintains he was shoved. Farmers don't agree.
Consistent rain has provided a stellar spring in North Canterbury, a far cry from the drought of the past three years.
Alliance Group has bought marketing company Goldkiwi Asia.
Arable experts are warning Waikato farmers to look out for velvetleaf in paddocks.
Kiwifruit is under threat from climate change because of warmer winter temperatures.
While we welcome foreign tourists, we'd much rather they arrived minus bugs, banned food, or other nasties.
Dry aging meat concentrates the flavour. Rob Tipa reports on a scientist who is working on an electrifying new aspect.
With drones, satellites and aerial surveying used for crop monitoring, why not measure pasture from the skies?
NZ's largest employer is under fire for having so few women on its board, after spurning a sitting female director.
A charity that helps women into work received donations of clothing as event entry fees.