The days of cafes getting milk in plastic bottles may be numbered if two young Dunedin entrepreneurs have their way.
Kiwi agritech start-up Halter, in Auckland, expects to commercially launch its GPS-enabled cow collars in April.
Changes driven by computer scientists in the agri-food sector are creating new opportunities for New Zealand farmers.
Two students from Southland Girls’ High School have been selected for the trip of a lifetime to the US.
Workshops being held across the country are equipping farmers and rural professionals with the tools to recognise and support those who are struggling.
2018 East Coast Young Farmer of the Year Patrick Crawshaw learned early in his career from ‘early-adopting’ farmers how to identify and manage risk.
To hit targets and ensure a flow of young talented people coming into agriculture requires connecting with everybody.
Agribusiness leader Lynda Coppersmith has been appointed the first woman chief executive of NZ Young Farmers, from October 1.
About 30 students from Ashburton Intermediate School visited Stephen Blain’s family farm at Ashton last Friday.