Wairarapa Moana Incorporation (WMI) hosted 300 people on its farm in Mangakino.

In a few weeks the winner of the prestigious Ahuwhenua Trophy for the top Māori dairy farm will be revealed at a gala dinner in Hamilton. In the past couple of weeks, the two finalists in this year’s competition have been holding on-farm field days to showcase why they are…

J Swap says its new purpose-built warehouse is designed from the ground up specifically to meet more stringent air quality standards.

Productive industries shouldn’t be strangled in red tape, they need to be able to operate and grow, using technology to meet rising expectations for environmental standards, according to Dudley Clemens – environmental manager at J Swap Ltd.

Scion scientist Dr Brian Richardson receives his award from Biosecurity Minister Andrew Hoggard.

Biosecurity Minister Andrew Hoggard has reiterated that 'frontline' biosecurity services within Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) will not be cut under the Government's plan to reduce the public service.

Westland Milk chief executive Richard Wyeth.

Westland Milk has reaffirmed its commitment to pay farmer suppliers 10c above Fonterra farm gate milk price for the following two seasons.

Manawatu Share Farmers of the Year, Will Hinton and Kali Rangiawha.

With only about eight weeks to go before their cows are dried off, the 2024 Manawatu Dairy Industry Awards Share Farmers of the Year, Will Hinton and Kali Rangiawha are well on the way to their 140,000 kgMS production target.

The Westmorland Estate team and supporters at their annual awards event last month.

For the team at Westmorland Estate Limited in Waikato, it has been another year of everyone working together to achieve impressive results.

Safer Farms, the organisation dedicated to recognising the benefits of on-farm health and safety, is on a mission to reframe psychosocial harm.

Boutique cheesemakers in New Zealand are being forced out of business by several factors, including higher input costs and cheaper imports from the European Union.

Listed milk processor Synlait is partnering with rural retailer Farmlands to deliver exclusive discounts to farmer suppliers, who have been battling high farm input costs for the past two years.

Fonterra will help farmers meet greenhouse gas emission reduction targets by supporting efficiency gains on-farm, says Farm Source sustainable dairy adviser for North and Central Canterbury, Sean Spence.

The Climate Change Commission wants the new Government to reduce NZ Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) auction volumes as son as possible.

Dairy sheep and goat farmers are being told to reduce milk supply as processors face a slump in global demand for their products.

There is increasing evidence that dairy demand is on the upswing, according to Rabobank senior agricultural analyst Emma Higgins.

Fertiliser use in New Zealand over the 18 months is about 25% down from what it consistently was for the previous decade or more, says Ravensdown chief operating officer Mike Whitty.

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