Ravensdown has unveiled new methane mitigating technology that it says virtually eliminates the methane emitted from effluent ponds - reducing it by up to 99%.
Supply pressures are continuing to provide support to commodity prices.
Rural retailer Farmlands says it is undergoing a transformation period.
Woolgrowers have almost unanimously voted in favour of the proposed merger of Wools of NZ (WNZ) and Primary Wool Co-operative- owned CP Wool (CPW).
Two Lincoln University scientists, Emeritus professor Keith Cameron and professor Hong Di, have delivered a breakthrough technology with immediate benefits for the dairy farming sector to combat climate change.
Chinese dairy giant Yili has bought a stake in the country’s goat milk formula maker Ausnutria.
Organisers of the national dairy awards have retained another key sponsor.
While the annual Irish Ploughing Championships (The Ploughing), normally held in September, has been cancelled for the second time because of Covid, one key aspect of the event - innovation awards - has taken place remotely.
With the critical role women play on farms around the world recently recognised by this year's International Day of Rural Women on October 15, Hawke's Bay farmer Maddy McLean reflects on how the traditional role of women in agriculture has evolved.
Two agricultural software providers are joining forces to create more value for pastoral farmers.
New Zealand dairy genetics company Tropical Dairy Group Limited (TDG) is trying to raise $3 million from investors.
Fonterra's plan to return $1 billion to shareholders in three years through the divestments of overseas milk pools is the right move, according to Waikato farmer Andrew McGiven.
While the majority of primary sector prices are generally strong, there are also several challenges ahead for the sector, according to the latest BNZ Rural Wrap report.
Global commodity prices have enjoyed a period of strength in September. Overall, the global market fundamentals remain well-balanced, but with several moving parts.
Former Foundation of Arable Research (FAR) chief executive Nick Pyke is chair of the AGMARDT Board of Trustees.
Organisers say excitement is high for the refreshed 2022 New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards (NZDIA) programme.
Over the last two and a half years, Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) has worked on a project to improve the freshwater health catchment groups from across the country, with help from the Ministry for Environment's (MfE) Freshwater Improvement Fund. One of these groups is the Thomson's Creek Catchment Group in Central Otago.
Rural contractors in Southland say the wettest spring in 30 years is impacting on already short supplies of feed.
Rural insurer FMG has appointed Adam Heath as its new chief executive officer.
Happy Valley Nutrition (HVN), the company behind a new $280 million milk plant in South Waikato, says it has secured another supply agreement.
A major upheaval in the global beef market isn't expected to translate into gains for New Zealand exporters.
Dairy commodity prices had a mixed performance in August 2021.
The Hurunui Waiau Uwha Zone Committee (HWUZC), North Canterbury recently visited a landmark restoration project established ten years ago to learn about biodiversity improvements gained through fencing and weed control.
Establishing a collective voice and providing an opportunity for the North Canterbury community to have a say on freshwater are some of the reasons behind the formation of the Sefton Saltwater Creek Catchment Group which celebrates its first anniversary this month.