Biosecurity New Zealand announced the winners of the 2018 New Zealand Biosecurity Awards last night.
Irrigation New Zealand chief executive Andrew Curtis believes there will always be a place for dairy.
NZ Hops Ltd has at least quadrupled the value of its co-operative during the past 10 years.
Ngāi Tahu elder statesman Sir Tipene O’Regan has backed genetic modification and the export of bottled water in a challenging address to a gathering of agricultural scientists at Lincoln.
Auckland wool innovator Lanaco say NASA should determine within about six months whether its wool-based filter technology will be used in the Orion spacecraft for upcoming deep-space exploration missions.
PGG Wrightson shareholders have approved a plan to sell its seeds division to Danish seeds giant DLF.
Stand up and be counted millennials: that was the message from the winner of Massey University’s Agricultural Alumni Award, Bridget Hawkins, founder and chief executive of the agritech company Regen.
Rural services company Farmlands Cooperative last week announced an improved annual result.
A report by the ANZ bank says New Zealand is failing to take full advantage of promoting our quality food to tourists to this country.
The new year will bring new hope for New Zealand primary exports.
Farmers are being urged to have their say on the National Animal Identification and Tracing (NAIT) review consultation now underway.
Farmers in the Hawarden basin in North Canterbury could still get an irrigation scheme by 2021, despite the failure of the Hurunui Water Project to attract enough interest to proceed.
Martyn Dunne retired last week as the director-general of the Ministry for Primary Industries after five years in the role and 50 years in the public service.
Maui Milk chairman Paul McGilvary says the company needs more sheep milk to meet market demand and achieve processing efficiency.
Outgoing Zespri chairman Peter McBride and South Canterbury farmer Leonie Guiney have been voted onto Fonterra’s board.
Rex and Lynette Smith have spent decades building a successful charter fishing company. Now they've set up a beef cattle operation in Fiji from scatch.
LIC chief executive Wayne McNee says the co-op remains well placed in the face of mergers of global dairy genetics and herd improvement companies.
Canterbury's big Central Plains Water scheme is now fully operational, following the formal opening of stage two by former All Black captain Richie McCaw.
The Environmental Protection Authority is to investigate products containing synthetic pyrethroids as part of its revamped reassessments announced in mid-October.
Fonterra's shareholders council has delivered a scathing report on the co-op’s performance last year.
Pāmu Farms’ acting chairman is urging greater use of technology to reduce the drudgery of some farm tasks.
More labourers from the Pacific Islands are coming to work on New Zealand orchards.
Meat co-op Alliance Group has distributed $1.73 million to shareholders in loyalty payments.
Ross Beaton and Sally Gallagher have a simple and compelling business objective: making apple juice great again, or as they say, making the apple the hero.