Despite the COVID-19 lockdown, staff at Massey University are busy preparing for the next semester – which will involve a lot of on-line teaching.
A man who has spent more than 40 years in the meat industry says the best thing that happened to the industry in NZ was the UK joining the European Union in 1973.
Building relationships with other Kiwi agtech leaders and innovators was a surprising outcome for some attending the high-profile evokeAG event in Melbourne last month.
New Zealand farmers probably do not realise the contribution they are making to the economic and community life of people in Southern Morocco, says Hajbouha Zoubeir, president, Phosboucraa Foundation.
Rabobank's outlook for New Zealand's dairy, beef, sheepmeat, and horticulture sectors.
Well-known South Canterbury farmer, businessman and philanthropist Alan Annett passed away in January.
New Zealand farmers stand out for their willingness to innovate, says the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef executive director, Ruaraidh Petre.
New ideas of what equates to ‘premium’ in red meat are expected to change significantly in coming years, according to a new report from Beef+Lamb (B+LNZ).
Why have processor/exporters not encouraged more goat meat when it sells at comparable retail prices to lamb in USA?
Long-time goat industry advocate Garrick Batten questions why NZ meat exporters have not capitalised on the inbuilt and growing Northern American demand for goat meat.
Farmlands cooperative has sold its nationwide real estate business to the Property Brokers chain.
Lincoln University says it is delighted that the Minister of Education has approved $80 million for new science facilities as part of a wider campus development programme.
New Zealand needs to do a better job of telling its story in India, said a speaker at a New Zealand India Business Council summit.
Meat processing company Alliance has started an employee support programme aimed at getting colleagues to look after each other and keep an eye out for possible mental health issues.
Competing in the livestock contests at the New Zealand Agricultural Show is not for the faint-hearted.
Newly elected DairyNZ director Tracy Brown says there are more moving parts in the industry now than in the whole 25 years she has been in dairy.
An online stock trading platform was relaunched last week (Oct 14) to open up its national livestock marketplace to the whole industry.
Rural Canterbury blockholder David Moffett has turned from giving advice on farm succession to the future of farming itself.
55% of New Zealanders hold a positive view of the primary industries, new research shows.
At least 50% of New Zealand farmers identify succession planning as an issue for them, their family and their farm business.
Māori farming organisations are increasing their investment in horticulture.
New Zealand Apples & Pears is positioning itself as a global leader in social practices and in eliminating exploitation of workers on supply chains, its business development manager Gary Jones says.
With distrust growing in consumers, even for science, gaining their trust is now more valuable to win than ever.
The end of Government funding for Beef + Lamb New Zealand Genetics has prompted a move to integrate the business into B+LNZ as a standalone unit.
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