A mate of the Hound reckons outgoing special agricultural trade envoy Mike Petersen, who is due to finish his current…
The cost and benefits of planting trees to help mitigate environmental effects of dairy farming need to be shared by us all for it to succeed, a new study says.
Drones may soon be joining the armoury of weapons used to scare birds away from ripening grapes after a trial undertaken in Hawke's Bay last season.
Lincoln University is copping criticism for the way it is allocating beds to would-be new students for 2016.
The Irish dairy industry is keeping a close eye on New Zealand's dairy dilemmas as it ramps up its own production with quota restrictions now gone, a Lincoln expert says.
A North Otago red meat producer and a Marlborough green-lipped mussel grower have both won Lincoln University Foundation's South Island Farmer of the Year competition.
A new study is showing dairy and conservation sites can co-exist, and its findings are contributing to an ongoing project restoring natural biodiversity into a dairy farming environment.
Several years ago New Zealand had a 20% market share of infant formula in China and now that has dropped to under 10%, says Keith Woodford, agri-food systems, Lincoln University.
A Lincoln University expert says NZ exporters will have to be on their game to reap the benefits of a huge trade access deal that has gone under the radar.
Four young wine industry students have received a financial helping hand thanks to Constellation Wines.
Pasture quality is crucial for achieving profitability, high milk solids production, cow condition score targets and good in-calf results. But what a pain it has been trying to manage quality during this season of stop-start growth.