The Mackenzie A&P Highland Show will be held on Easter Monday.
LIC shareholders will meet on April 7 to vote on a $109 million deal to buy 50% of Israeli agritech company Afimilk.
A video showing a lift built by a farmer to allow his 89-year-old father to get into his tractor has gone viral.
Zespri last week officially opened its Mount Maunganui head office as part of the kiwifruit industry’s marquee Momentum 2020 conference.
A campaign is underway to help farmers improve their mental health through surfing.
A German farmer’s marriage proposal has been captured by a Google Maps satellite.
Prolonged dry weather will have mixed effects on commodity prices, says ASB senior rural economist Nathan Penny.
Beef + Lamb NZ directors are in line for a pay rise this year.
Kiwifruit marketer Zespri says all its packaging will become 100% reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025.
Farmers are being offered a chance to win a $12k diamond ring.
A small cluster of tuberculosis-infected cattle have been discovered in Hawke’s Bay.
It's been a busy 12 months for Pukekohe Vegetable Growers Association (PVGA) first female president Kylie Faulkner.
Zespri has become the first New Zealand company to be granted Key Trademark Protection Status in China, ensuring greater protections against copyright infringements.
A new higher-fat variety of ryegrass could help farmers boost production while lowering methane emissions, says agricultural seed company Germinal.
In a bid to future-proof their business, Otaki dairy farmers Andrew and Stacy Faith have just installed a raw milk vending machine.
Arable farmers are being reminded of best practise around crop residue burning as the harvest season picks up.
The new independent director for Young Farmers, Catherine McMillan is passionate about seeing young people find their place in the world.
The a2 Milk Company is pledging a large donation towards finding a vaccine for coronavirus, now officially named Covid-19.
Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor has today classified the drought conditions in Northland as an adverse event for the primary sector, unlocking $80,000 in Government support.
People, climate, water and sustainability are top of the list for Horticulture NZ’s strategy refresh due to be signed off by its board this week.
Like many farmers in North Island, Dargaville kumara farmer Andre de Bruin is hoping for rain soon.
Supermarkets have put the squeeze on beekeepers who supply them, claims Jane Lorimer, NZ Beekeeping president.
Smaller beekeeper operations are struggling with non-manuka honey returns falling from $10-$12/kg two years ago to about $4/kg this year.
Farmers are warning that the Government’s proposed reforms to the Emissions Trading Scheme could accelerate conversion of productive pasture land into forestry.