The Ministry for Primary Industries and the New Zealand Government over time have done an excellent job of building the relationship with the Chinese Government in the infant formula space, says Infant Nutrition Council chief executive Jan Carey.
Australians’ outrage at scenes of dead and dying sheep on ships to the Middle East is forcing exporters to shape up.
A new screen that allows effluent to be better applied to pastures has won IrrigationNZ’s Irrigation Innovation Award for 2018.
New Zealand agriculture may soon feel the waves from intensifying trade conflict between the US and China.
Alliance Group recently hosted overseas chefs and writers in an effort to differentiate its products and position itself as a sophisticated “purveyor of premium fare.”
Seventy years since inception, dairy automation company Lely remains a big influence on farming worldwide.
The Hamilton dairy biotech company Quantec won the supreme award at the recent Natural Health Products NZ annual awards in Nelson.
Guy Wrigley, Federated Farmers arable industry chairman, said the prospect of plant-based protein foods should not be cause for alarm.
A new survey of the threats posed by alternative proteins to New Zealand’s red meat farmers also shows a wealth of opportunities, says Beef + Lamb New Zealand (BLNZ).
It's official: Australia’s best butter is made at Fonterra’s Cobden site in Victoria.
It's time to put some heart into the agricultural sector, says Maori leader and member of the NZ Business Hall of fame, Mavis Mullins.
Independent dairy processor Synlait is to set up an R&D centre at Massey University, Palmerston North.
Three finalists are contesting the 2018 Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year award: a dairy consultant, a district mayor and a leadership coach.
The dairy industry is full of passionate people -- farmers who take ownership of their problems and want to be recognised for their good work, says Dairy Holdings chief executive Colin Glass.
Export commodity prices have started 2018 on a firm footing thanks in part to the buoyant global trade backdrop.
A former cocktail bartender, an award-winning contract milker and a drone-flying drystock farmer will face off in the Taranaki/Manawatu regional final of the FMG Young Farmer of the Year contest.
The kiwifruit industry is progressive and developing rapidly, says Stu Hutchings, who takes over as chief executive of Kiwifruit Vine Health (KVH) in March.
A project to put fine-grained environmental mapping into the hands of farmers has been awarded one of the larger amounts in the latest round of Sustainable Farming Fund grants.
New Zealand expertise in designing and manufacturing dairy goat rotary platforms is in demand in China.
Younger generations are growing up surrounded by technology and the advancement of these technologies is ferocious.
Home-grown animal health company Farm Medix Ltd has again had the nod for its innovative products.
Dairy Women's Network chief executive Zelda de Villiers will step down from her role in May.
There's no better time than now to reevaluate how you use palm kernel extract (PKE).
Exploring the uses, benefits and recent developments of fertiliser will be a key feature of the East Coast Farming Expo next April.
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