Fonterra's milk collection last season was slightly down as North Island farmers faced a crippling drought.
New Zealand dairy farmers have woken up to some great news.
The Government has launched a plan aiming to boost primary sector export earnings by $44 billion over the next decade.
A Whāngārei farm manager has been fined $3,130 after hitting a cow with an alkathene pipe and a metal bar.
Making quality beef genetics easier for dairy farmers to access is the aim of a new industry partnership.
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”.
What major skill is often lacking amongst sharemilkers? Find out from Feds new sharemilkers chair.
Fonterra's chairman-elect says he wasn’t eyeing the chairmanship when he stood for board elections in 2018.
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It took 10 minutes for co-workers to free the victim’s hand from the machine.
A new package of 23 projects across the country aims to clean up waterways and deliver over 2000 jobs.
Manawatū farmers Nick and Rosemarie Bertram are the 2020 New Zealand Share Farmers of the Year.
Federated Farmers is asking the government to restrict the right of its farmer members to plant trees or sell their land for forestry, claims the NZ Forest Owners Association (NZFOA).
Federated Farmers is applauding Labour’s commitment to protect productive farmland if re-elected.
If elected next term, Labour says it will require resource consent for any conversion of highly productive farmland into forestry.
While most of New Zealand’s economy has taken a hit in the wake of Covid-19, the country’s primary sector has had a resurgence of confidence.
Seven landowners will be contacted following Environment Southland’s first aerial compliance inspection this year.
Federated Farmers has some advice for how the Government should divvy up the $3 billion infrastructure fund.
‘Slanted and scaremongering’ is how the Southern North Island Wood Council describes Beef + Lamb NZ’s figures on forestry conversions.
Don’t blame the European Union for its “unacceptable” offer to NZ agriculture in current FTA negotiations, blame David Parker, says National's trade spokesman.