DairyNZ is celebrating 20 years of DairyBase.

At Fieldays this week, DairyNZ will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its online platform DairyBase.

Massey University is returning to the Fieldays next week with a new site.

Massey University is returning to the National Fieldays next week with a new site, focusing on community-relevant collaborative research in the food and agriculture sectors.

The Hamlin Road Farm team is proud of their sustainability credentials.

The team behind two-time Outstanding Food Producer Award winner Hamlin Road Farm says it is extremely proud to be recognised for its sustainable practices.

Moving Day for stock starts from 1 June and continues for several weeks.

Southern dairy farmers are being reminded to undertake best practices to safeguard water quality and transport safety when the annual stock Moving Day begins shortly.

Ngai Tukairangi Trust’s Hawke’s Bay operation was severely damaged by cyclone Gabrielle early last year.

The chair of the largest Māori kiwifruit growing operation in NZ, Ratahi Cross, says his organisation is on the mend a year on from its Hawke's Bay operation being severely damaged by Cyclone Gabrielle.

Toby Williams believes mustering with a drone would not work on his farm.

People are starting to question the viability of sheep and beef farming as profitability in that sector falls to one of its all-time lows, according to Federated Farmers board member and Gisborne sheep and beef farm, Toby Williams.

FAR senior field officer Ben Harvey on the FAR research station at Chertsey in Mid-Canterbury. The paddock is a cover crop of buckwheat. Photo Credit: Nigel Malthus

A five-year randomised survey of herbicide resistance on New Zealand arable farms has found widespread high levels of resistance - with 71% of farms affected in the worst-hit region - South Canterbury.

Two major red meat sector projects are getting up to a combined $1.7 million in funding from the New Zealand Meat Board (NZMB).

Angus Barr and Tara Dwyer of The Wandle, Lone Star Farms in Strath Taieri have been named the Regional Supreme Winners at the Otago Ballance Farm Environment Awards in Dunedin.

A near miss experienced by a North Island farmer worker when their tractor ‘park’ gear failed, has been shared as the latest Safety Alert from Safer Farms.

Some interesting and positive insights into the value of regenerative agricultural practices seem to be emerging from the early stages of a seven year science-based study comparing conventional farming and regen agriculture. Peter Burke reports...

High-flying rural ambassador Courtney Davies is encouraging young women to seek a diverse range of experiences as they carve out a career path - with a top bank chief executive endorsing the approach.

The family behind Te Ranga farms have won the regional supreme award at the Bay of Plenty Ballance Farm Environment Awards.

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