Fonterra's Food Service division is a New Zealand success story, says director of global food service Grant Watson.
A new sheep milking business using a world-first combined milking/feeding platform will start operating by October.
Two dairy women – “humble and leading from the heart” – are among nominees in the Westpac ‘Women of Influence’ awards scheme.
Holstein Friesian New Zealand (HFNZ) believes the next big thing in the bull industry has arrived.
The dairy industry is ready to tackle environmental concerns, including its contribution to greenhouse gasses, says an independent report.
International seed business Germinal is increasing its presence in New Zealand, appointing Sarah Gard, of North Canterbury, as its trials and product development manager.
Many dairy farmers are taking advantage of this season’s better payout to regain some of the equity they lost in their farms during the previous two bad years.
About 8% of total kiwifruit production comes from Maori orchards, and now there is an ambitious goal to get up to 20%, says Maori Kiwifruit Growers Forum chairman Tiaki Hunia.
Health and safety (H&S) of people is the top priority for a farming group that’s among the largest in New Zealand.
Top quality Jersey cows sold at an average of $5364 at the recent Jersey Pride Elite Jersey sale in Wellington.
The Whanau in the award-winning mental health programme GoodYarn has just got bigger.
Zespri's results are positive for everybody -- Gold, Green or organic growers and Zespri shareholders -- but you should never become complacent, says chairman Peter McBride.
Organisers of Rural Women New Zealand WoolOn Creative Fashion event want to grow the revamped historic show and use it to promote wool’s many attributes, says committee member Anne Pullar.
A new Global Dairy Trade Marketplace platform launched a year ago has attracted registered sellers from Europe, USA, Asia and Oceania.
As the New Zealand Agricultural Fieldays gets underway this week the chief executive of the organisation running it says there is optimism in the dairy sector.
Rural health will be a new feature of this year’s Fieldays.
An Australian aerial spectral mapping company hopes to burst into the New Zealand market via a grand gesture.
Farmers and lifestyle block-owners can cash in on the wave of motorhome tourists here for the Lions rugby tour, says the developer of an app called CamperMate.
The Smaller Milk and Supply Herds (SMASH) conferences will be held in three North Island venues next month.
North Otago farmer Matt Ross has been elected to the LIC board for a four-year term.
DairyNZ director Ben Allomes says dairy farmer morale has lifted in the last few months to sit now at six or seven out of ten.
World dairy experts believe there’s plenty of stretch left in the science that has made mozzarella a New Zealand success story.
Lincoln Agritech has unveiled an advanced optical nitrate sensor for groundwater which it says will bring a paradigm shift in New Zealand’s groundwater management.
Much of the success of Whitestone’s Vintage Windsor Blue cheese comes down to North Otago milk, with the cows grazing off grass from limestone soils, says chief executive Simon Berry.
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