New Zealand is looking to Ireland for support as it negotiates a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the European Union (EU).
World food prices rose for the seventh consecutive month in December, the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) reports.
A former Irish Prime Minister says even if the UK and EU manage to work out a deal over Brexit it will be very limited and cause a lot of disruption.
A deepening trade spat between China and Australia shouldn’t impact New Zealand, according to trade analyst Stephen Jacobi.
The United Nations has removed a tweet following a global backlash from farmers.
Bunnings’ decision to no longer sell timber from an Australian state-owned forestry agency that breached conservation laws is being criticised.
Scientists are calling for urgent action following the discovery of a new strain of swine flu.
An increase in the use of trackers is enabling UK police to recover 100s of 1000s of pounds worth of stolen machinery.
US pig farmers could soon be culling on-site due to a COVID-19 induced backup at meatpacking plants.
Honda Australia has signalled it will stop selling quads/ATVs in that country as the discussion about the effectiveness of Crush Prevention Devices (CPD’s) rages on.
The United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is urging leaders from G20 countries to take measures to keep global food systems working well.
Prolonged dry conditions in rural Australia are taking a toll on its national sheep flock.
A trend is emerging of farmers posting on YouTube to make money — but just how worthwhile are the returns?
The UK has recorded its first trade surplus for dairy.
The last day of an agricultural show which saw more than half a million visitors had to be cancelled due to Covid-19.
Australian agricultural production is forecast to remain high, despite bushfires and prolonged drought.
UK Environment Secretary, George Eustice has an unusual solution to improving the environment: paying farmers to retire.
A UK farmer has smashed a world record – for selling her sheepdog at an astonishing price.
They help prevent flooding and drought by building leaky dams, but UK farmers are concerned about their reintroduction.
A US farmer has been awarded US$265m (NZ$411m) in a lawsuit against herbicide providers Bayer and BASF.
Thousands of UK students have successfully fought a beef-ban aimed at reducing their university’s carbon footprint.
America's biggest milk producer, Dean Foods, has filed for bankruptcy and is planning to sell assets.
Fonterra has told its Australian farmer suppliers that it remains committed to that market.
Ireland, often a source of skilled farm machinery operators for rural contractors in New Zealand, is facing even worse driver shortages than NZ.