The South Island Agricultural Field Days, held in Kirwee on the outskirts of Christchurch, will celebrate its 70th year in March 2021 with a bigger demonstration area.
The Resource Management Act will be repealed and water regulations potentially revoked under a National government.
Federated Farmers’ latest connectivity survey offers a glimpse into how common slow internet is for rural families and businesses.
Labour’s $50 million commitment to support integrated farm planning will do little for farmers, claims National’s ag spokesperson David Bennett.
Labour is committing $50 million to support integrated farm planning.
Could automated gun turrets in the bush shooting predators with poison paintballs rid the country of introduced pests?
Waikato company Timpack is playing a key role helping businesses move their essential goods around NZ and the world.
Around 11,000 people whose working visas are set to expire over the 2020/21 season have been granted a new visa.
The Provincial Growth Fund is investing nearly $30 million towards projects in Northland.
Rural Women NZ is calling for a commitment to improving the health and well-being of rural families and enhancing rural communities’ reliance from all candidates at this year’s general election.
Expect more of the same as dairy prices on Global Dairy Trade (GDT) broke a two-month drought and posted an increase last week.
Farmer-good organisation Beef+Lamb NZ (BLNZ) says it will continue to advocate for changes to the new fresh water regulations.
Trade issues are well traversed in the Meat Industry Association's (MIA) annual report.
New Zealand’s $3 billion worth of Halal meat exports are in jeopardy because of delays by government bureaucrats in allowing migrant workers to come to this country.
Following a meeting between farmer representatives and environment and ag ministers, Environment Southland will be setting up a local advisory group for freshwater rules.
After hearing about problems with the Government’s new freshwater regulations, Tony Cleland organised a meeting between farmer representatives and the Ministers for the Environment and Agriculture.
Former Primary Industries Minister and Fonterra board aspirant Nathan Guy believes his relationships with bureaucrats in Wellington will help the co-op’s farmers immensely.
Whether 28,000 dairy cattle destined for China, and currently held in quarantine, actually get to their destination is up in the air.
More revelations about the impracticality of the Governments’ new freshwater regulations debacle have emerged.
Dethroned NZ Share Farmer of the Year Nick Bertram is refusing to accept the findings of a review into the national dairy awards saga.
The Government will provide up to $1.69 million through the One Billion Trees programme to Māori landowners.
A Paeroa man is training to run the Auckland Marathon in gumboots.
Fonterra shrugged off the effects of COVID-19 in many markets to record a $67 million rise in normalised earnings before income tax (EBIT).
Fonterra says 2019-20 proved to be a year of two halves.