Farmer's Chaplain, Colin Miller on the importance of friends in difficult times.
National’s agriculture spokesman, David Bennett on how the sector is key to New Zealand’s economic rebuild.
OPINION: This old mutt has always believed that any hopes of a possible free trade deal – that is any good – between NZ and the EU were about as elusive as an honest politician.
OPINION: WorkSafe and workplace safety legislation dominate the daily operations of the private sector, including farms.
OPINION: A mate of the Hound’s reckons the self-proclaimed champion of the provinces, and mouth of the North, Shane Jones, needs to be little more careful about how he publicises the way he spends taxpayer money.
OPINION: Your canine crusader notes that media outfit Stuff, which was bought for the princely sum of $1 (with many believing it overpriced at that), recently carried an expose about companies in the kiwifruit sector claiming the wage subsidy.
OPINION: NZ’s rural communities risk being decimated as carbon investors buy up farmland and ever-encroaching pine forests take over more of the country.
OPINION: The National Business Review has highlighted a major issue with the possible move to online annual general meetings.
OPINION: So this Government spends $572,000 on a kids’ playground at Parliament grounds but when it comes to helping drought-stricken farmers in Hawke’s Bay, it can fork out only $500,000.
OPINION: Greenpeace is again on the attack, targeting its favourite enemy – Fonterra.
OPINION: Milk bottles in Australia’s smallest state – ACT – are carrying the faces of missing people.
Pioneer forage specialist, Ian Williams on how farmers can manage feed and animals as they move into winter.
OPINION: Uncertainty and challenges loom but don’t worry New Zealand, farmers have your back.
OPINION: The Hound understands that National’s newly minted agriculture spokesman David Bennett is in a long-distance relationship with Bridget McKenzie, a senator from Victoria in the Australian Federal Parliament.
OPINION: Your canine crusader has always been suspicious about the mental capacity of all those anaemic, sickly, unhealthy looking vegans who preach about the benefits of a strictly plant-based diet.
OPINION: A mate of yours truly reckons these days it appears you have to be a boring, bald bloke to get a run at the Nat’s ag portfolio.
Fieldays is going virtual this year — will it be a flop? Mark Daniel looks into the controversial event.
Dr Jacqueline Rowarth on our misunderstandings about the role of nitrogen.
OPINION: Hopes for any quick outcome of free trade talks with the European Union have hit the wall following a “paltry” market access offer for our agriculture sector.
Moving day has gone smoothly for most farmers but on some farms, some workers aren’t moving anywhere.
Wannabe kiwi James Cameron is back in the country, under a special visa, to continue filming his movie during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Was Fonterra caught napping in Australia?
Is red algae the silver bullet for climate change?
Chairman of the Fonterra Shareholders Council, James Barron on why he doesn't agree that the council delivers no value.