A garment is called eco-friendly when made out of recycled plastic bottles. We already have a great natural product readily available.
A Felton Road viticulturist will be the first woman to compete in the national industry final since 2011.
From the boardroom table to the farm stable, women of influence finalists have stories from every corner of the country.
OPINION: A lot of rural women end up feeling more undervalued than they need to because they lose their voices.
Horses have shaped Jackie Williamson's life and art.
New Federated Farmers president wants to bridge rural-urban divide.
Lisa Kendall's first love was ballet, but she quit to follow a career in farming and is in the running to be NZ's top young farmer.
Stand tall and call yourself a farmer.
Women struggling with mental illness in rural areas have been neglected for too long, Waikato woman says.
Women are spearheading changes in farm practice, says John King.
Standfirst: A Manawatu farmer has made history - Sonita Chandar reports.
:The 2017 Dairy Woman of the Year talks to Sonita Chandar about her journey of learning.
Charlotte Heald and husband Russell farm in equity partnership with family at Norsewood where they will be milking 430 cows in the coming season.
Federated Farmers newly elected national president is a popular choice for the top job.
Katie Milne is the new face of Federated Farmers, and is the first woman to hold the role.
OPINION: There are plenty of career options down on the farm.
New book on energy use and farming as well as agri-food edited and printed by Massey University.
A Wairarapa farmer and her family run a lamb orphanage which features in this Sunday's episode of Country Calendar.
At the ripe old age of 87 Noeline Lofthouse is one of the oldest members of the Dairy Women's Network (DWN) but that doesn't stop her from attending the network's annual conference.
A gold-mining tunnel and a sluicing channel nicknamed the cathedral are two of the hidden treasures on the West Coast farm of Robyn Curtis-Smith and Malcolm Smith.
OPINION: One of the most useful tools on our farm simply hangs on the wall.
An agribusiness course has given two graduates greater confidence working on a farm and in business.
Ever wanted to know something about farming but didn't know how to get the answer?
OPINION: Three wives in three homes kissed husbands goodbye and wished them safe travels. Only two of these guys came home.
Mark and Robyn Gardiner have gone through Psa and are out the other side.
Rakaia farmer Jessie Chan-Dorman is the Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year.
For Katrina Thomas, helping out in the community is something that is in her blood.
OPINION:Apartheid, disasters, love and more. Footrot Flats used humour to get us talking about it, and that's a great gift.
Ratguts survived falling down a gorge, and eating lead paint. Now he's survived a possible dognapping.
The countdown has begun to find the Dairy Woman of the Year winner.