Earning a living is not the only reason people choose to farm, Lyn Webster says.
Demand is rising for Canterbury leased land, particularly for dairy support.
NZ's largest employer is under fire for having so few women on its board, after spurning a sitting female director.
Prospects for the red meat sector this season look promising.
Plant early flowering mānuka at your peril.
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It's been decades since hand-milking cows was necessary, and with all of the technology I can see why.
What's in a name? In the case of mānuka honey, a lot of money.
Rain-soaked landslide was so big and so fast that it rolled over a river and onto a road.
Iain Lees-Galloway maintains he was shoved. Farmers don't agree.
Farmers are tired of being treated like a "political football", SC Fed Farmers president says.
Foodstuffs is giving itself a "reasonable" time of 10 years to stop selling cage eggs.
59-year-old's arm "wound back to her body" after becoming entangled in rural machinery.
Think Kiwi farmers are tough? Aussies in the outback take some beating.
Andrew McGiven says the large crowd at the Morrinsville protest was a great response considering the weather.
Consistent rain has provided a stellar spring in North Canterbury, a far cry from the drought of the past three years.
As milk prices have risen, Fonterra's margins have lessened which could affect its profit.
A new farm cadet scheme has been launched at Pukemiro Station east of Dannevirke.
Fonterra has a new CFO to replace Lukas Paravicini.
Store lamb prices softened by $2-$3 at Christchruch livestock sales.
Bidding lifted by $5 to $7 for medium sized ewes at Coalgate.
Labour MP claims he was "physically pushed" and his van rammed at meeting about party's water tax.
South Canterbury businesses are concerned about the impact of Labour's water levy, but the party's water spokesman says their concerns are unjustified.
Alliance Group has bought marketing company Goldkiwi Asia.
The pine tree disease 'red needle cast' is taking a hold on trees after a cold, wet year
Affco's first shipment of chilled beef has arrived in China.
Arable experts are warning Waikato farmers to look out for velvetleaf in paddocks.
The Kaikōura Plains Recovery Project to help quake-damaged land owners got off the ground earlier this month with funding from MPI.
New NZ Farmer columnist John King talks about the people who motivate him and what he has learnt from 'practical farming thinkers'.