Meat Industry Association chair John Loughlin says China is one of the most demanding export markets in the world.
Labour MP Kieran McAnulty has announced he is selling his infamous ute for charity.
Damien O'Connor is planning to head back to Europe again shortly to breathe oxygen into the free trade agreements that New Zealand is negotiating separately with the UK and the EU.
The Meat Industry Association (MIA) and Beef + Lamb NZ (B+LNZ) say they welcome China’s formal application to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).
Fruit growers are hoping three planeloads of Pacific Island workers will touch down in Auckland early next month, under the revised Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme.
Nearly four months on from the floods that devastated much of rural Canterbury, the Government has fallen short of the promises it made to local farmers, says National MP Nicola Grigg.
Farmers with irrigators blown over and damaged in a pair of back-to-back windstorms may not get them working again this side of Christmas, according to Mid-Canterbury Federated Farmers president David Clark.
Singapore-based Olam Food Ingredients says its proposed milk plant in South Waikato is the first phase of an ambitious development plan.
The Commerce Commission has received an application from the New Zealand Tegel Growers Association Incorporated (TGA), seeking authorisation to engage in collective bargaining with Tegel Foods.
NZPork says it is disappointed at further delays to the introduction of Country of Origin labelling regulations.
Nominations are open for Fonterra's board election but a repeat of the drama that rocked the vote three years ago can be ruled out.
The Meat Industry Association (MIA) says it's facing bureaucratic barriers from Immigration NZ as it tries to get sufficient halal butchers for the coming season.
DairyNZ says it will complete a submission on both the winter grazing and the freshwater farm plan consultations, providing firm feedback to Government.
Meat Industry Association (MIA) chief executive Sirma Karapeeva sees no end in sight to the shipping and logistical woes that the meat and other primary sectors are facing.
Government investment in on-the-ground efforts by farmers to improve land management practices has passed a milestone, with more than 170 catchment groups nationwide now receiving support, says Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor.
Online sales via Alliance Group’s online red meat delivery channel puresouthshop.com have grown significantly during the Covid-19 alert level restrictions.
Singapore-based Olam Food Ingredients (OFI) says planning for its new milk plant in South Waikato is underway.
French company Lactalis has dethroned Nestlé as the world's largest dairy company.
Dairy farmers are set to benefit from a $17 million beef genetics programme backed by the red meat sector and the Government.
A start-up solar energy business says recent developments in the energy sector make it a sound investment.
In a year of supply chain challenges and strong demand for dairy, a massive team effort and the power of partnership has helped Fonterra ship more product than any other year.
Agribusiness leader Warren Parker has been named as the new chairman of FarmIQ.
Three new farming systems are being implemented to expand Lincoln University Dairy Farm’s (LUDF) focus and extend its outlook through to 2030.
Food prices rose 0.3% in August 2021 compared with the previous month, mainly influenced by higher prices for meat, poultry, and fish, Statistics New Zealand (Stats NZ) have announced.