Meat co-operative Alliance Group’s upgraded facility in Southland has started processing beef.
Wine companies will soon be able to use artificial intelligence to count inflorescence, with a research prototype to be trialled in Marlborough later this year.
A leading forest free range farm opening in South Waikato aims to pioneer sustainable egg production in New Zealand.
Felton Road Wines is restoring native plantings on public land near its Bannockburn estate, with Winemaker Blair Walter hopeful other businesses will get on board.
Entries are open for the 2021 Fieldays Innovation Awards, that have been refined to clearly represent the innovation lifecycle, resulting in three award categories: Prototype, Early Stage, and Growth & Scale.
Export of livestock by sea will cease following a transition period of up to two years, the Government announced today.
Delving into organics and regenerative agriculture has renewed Kurt Robinson's passion for viticulture.
If Sherwyn Veldhuizen didn't love her day job so much, the North Canterbury winegrower might spend all of her time farming fungi.
Scientific testing around the anecdotal claims of regenerative agriculture is "urgently required" according to a new report.
After years of losses, Fonterra's two wholly owned China farming hubs in Ying and Yutian have been sold.
Fonterra collected more milk in February thanks to better pasture growth in most parts of the country.
Northland dairy farmer David Cole will tell you there is no better sight than a green paddock full of black and white cows.
The livestock trading industry in New Zealand is stronger than ever thanks to the innovation and resilience which came to the fore during the pandemic, according to an industry veteran.
Exceptional employment practices in the primary industries were celebrated at last night’s Good Employer Awards held at Parliament.
The Ministry for the Environment’s (MfE) 2021 Greenhouse Gas Inventory revealed that for the year 2019, agriculture was among the two largest contributors to New Zealand’s gross Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions.
New research headed by Lincoln University finds that delaying when animals are fed means they will urinate at night in colder temperatures.
A familiar sight on our roads, Fonterra's milk tankers provide the vital link in getting the "white gold" off dairy farms and into the nation's milk factories.
Pete Chapman loves to see an abundance of cherries at his family's North Canterbury vineyard.
New Zealand's wine industry is "waking up" to the power of nature's services, says entomologist and virologist Vaughn Bell.
Farmers want the Government to open available space in managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) to bring in much-needed workers for the primary industries.
Fonterra's Pahiatua and Longburn based tanker operators have proven the benefits of pulling together - quite literally - by hauling their trucks by hand for charity.
Southland's Jon Pemberton is pleased to be part of a water quality and greenhouse gases project that’ll benefit all farmers.
The Climate Change Commission has received over 15,5000 public submissions on its first draft advice to the Government.
The 2021 Central Plateau Share Farmer of the Year, Andrea and Blair Muggeridge are no strangers to either the dairy industry or winning awards.