Tatua Dairy Company’s Waikato-made specialty creams have always tasted delicious, but they’re now sporting...
Itching, sneezing, skin rashes, hair loss. Like humans, dogs are also more susceptible to...
Winner of Nelson Young Fruitgrower for 2019 announced
Vet’s tenacity recognised with ‘Outstanding Contribution’ Award
Service delivery a key focus for new AB manager
Colin Hurst named Arable Farmer of the Year
Creative mindset vital for sustainable arable growth
Supporting farming families during times of stress
Kurow orchardist takes home Central Otago Young Grower title
Ross and Eleanore Webber determined to beat possum come-back
Young Canterbury women lead national seed company
CRV Ambreed looking for farmers to join its progeny test programme
Fish & Game New Zealand notes the announcement that the Government and the intensive agriculture leadership have reached a ‘historic consensus’ and...
The ‘Action on Agricultural Emissions’ discussion paper is a positive first step as farmers and the government hammer out a practical path...
DairyNZ has released its submission on the Zero Carbon Bill and is calling on the Government to revise the methane target in...
Sam Tietjen has won the Gisborne-Tairāwhiti Young Fruitgrower of the Year for 2019.
Fish & Game New Zealand agrees with Federated Farmers Otago President Simon Davies that we all want lakes and rivers to have...
Canterbury mayors have reaffirmed their commitment to collaborative management of the region’s freshwater through the Canterbury Water Management Strategy (CWMS).
2019’s Perceptions of Asia report demonstrates the importance of business links between New Zealand and Asia, says BusinessNZ.
Food prices fell 0.7 percent in June 2019, partly driven by lower prices for cakes and biscuits, Stats NZ said.
The New Zealand Veterinary Association says there is no place in modern farming for winter grazing practices that compromise animal health and...
GrainCorp Feeds is educating dairy farmers about transition feeding this calving as a tool to help improve cow health and lift milk...
Govt agriculture climate plan cautiously welcomed
Farmers committed to reducing greenhouse emissions
Government’s methane target must change
Sam Tietjen wins 2019 Gisborne-Tairāwhiti Young Fruitgrower of the Year
Both urban and rural users must protect water quality
Canterbury mayors committed to the CWMS
More focus needed on business with Asia
Sweet spot for cakes and biscuits sends June 2019 food prices down
Winter grazing must not compromise animal health and welfare
Farmers consider transition feeding for smoother calving and better production