New Zealand dairy farmers have woken up to some great news.
A Whāngārei farm manager has been fined $3,130 after hitting a cow with an alkathene pipe and a metal bar.
A survey of agribusiness leaders has again found biosecurity as the major issue of concern.
It's business as usual at the country’s largest dairy farming business after the official announcement of a shareholder revamp.
A more proactive approach to key farming issues and delivered in an authentic farmer’s voice.
Former Federated Farmers president Katie Milne says having women in the farmer lobby leadership team is a reminder that NZ ag is about couples working together.
The recent court case involving sharemilker Tony Kuriger, the son of a National MP, has created “a concerning precedent”.
Fonterra's chairman-elect says he wasn’t eyeing the chairmanship when he stood for board elections in 2018.
The dairy industry wants you!
Manawatū farmers Nick and Rosemarie Bertram are the 2020 New Zealand Share Farmers of the Year.
A dairy farming company has been fined $281,250 after a migrant worker was crushed by a trailer.
Fonterra directors have chosen former Zespri chairman Peter McBride as chairman-elect of the co-op.
Federated Farmers is backing an industry and government partnership helping Kiwis towards a career on dairy farms.
The government is underestimating the size of the labour shortage rural contractors are facing, according to National’s ag spokesperson David Bennett.
Sharemilkers have been facing the full brunt of banks as agricultural lenders try to contain or even reduce their exposure to the sector.
A $3.5 million programme aimed at helping Covid-19 affected workers into farming careers, has been launched.
Dairy companies Association of NZ chairman, Malcolm Bailey has launched a scathing attack on the European Union’s proposed free trade agreement.
Former trade minister and National MP, Todd McClay, says it’s a bit late for people to be screaming about the EU's initial free trade offer to NZ on ag.
Southland is on the knife edge as farmers struggle to grow enough feed to get their stock through winter.
Fonterra farmers producing sustainable, high-quality milk will be eligible for a new payment from next season.
Did you know that one of the world’s most expensive butters is made in New Zealand?
Waikato's newest milk processor says Covid-19 has slowed progress on the $280 million project.
A Ministry of Primary Industries report says the 2020-21 season payout won’t be as high as last season.
One of New Zealand’s largest dairy farmers says the Covid-19 pandemic presents the country an opportunity to rethink its approach to on-farm sustainability.