An Aussieds author debunks the link between methane emissions of cattle and global warming
Geraldine blade shearer Allan Oldfied returns to New Zealand after a successful season of competition in the UK.
Scientists may be closing in on a footrot-resistant merino that is also a productive meat animal.
The Sheep Industry Awards will be presented in Southland.
Geraldine shearer Allan Oldfield is on top of the podium after winning at Scotland's Royal Highland Show.
New Zealand wool stars on Wimbledon's centre court every year - and a travelling wool shed's making sure Kiwis know about it.
Chris Irons says there is no product more 'Kiwi' than wool.
Ever since humans arrived they've been changing Mackenzie Country, says a family who've been there since 1891.
It's not worth the risk for farmers to harvest woodlots on steep hill country, WorkSafe says.
The Proposed Southland Water and Land Plan will ultimately benefit farmers, Peter McDonald writes.
Demand is strong for New Zealand beef in China, Affco says.
Like most farmers, Dave Stuart and his loyal sidekick Gus share a special bond.
Organisations concerned with freshwater quality should work with farmers.
Young farmer contest winner to be found when seven contestants battle it out next month.
Manawatu farmer might get farm-help provided by power retailer.
The British were back at Fieldays for the first time in 17 years.
Siteholders at this year's Fieldays say that farmers are splashing the cash.
Everything is pointing to a good lambing, but farmers nervously wait for scanning time.
Three generations of Mackenzies have farmed Stover and now every effort is being made to make sure it will stay in the family for at least another generation.
Sheep Industry Awards finalists
New book on energy use and farming as well as agri-food edited and printed by Massey University.
The development of the modern sheep from feral animals is one of mankind's major achievements, writes Gordon Levet.
The Paterson Family is the overall winner of the New Zealand Ewe Hogget competition.
A Waikato deer farming operation has been recognised for its environmental stewardship.
Tirau farmer James Bailey outlines who he objected to the Waikato Regional Council's Healthy Rivers plan change.
A Wairarapa farmer and her family run a lamb orphanage which features in this Sunday's episode of Country Calendar.
The Veterinary Enterprises Group has bought a minority stake in FarmIQ Systems.
As many of his neighbours turn to dairy grazing or even convert to dairying, a South Canterbury farmer has stuck with sheep and beef, carrying on a family tradition that goes back 100 years. He talked to Tony Benny.
Fancy your chances shearing a sheep, eating a pie or drinking a drink the fastest?
A Great Gatsby themed event is expected to bring new life to a rural hall.