OPINION: This old mutt has always believed that any hopes of a possible free trade deal – that is any…
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Vegetables NZ yesterday signed an agreement with Government to better protect the fresh vegetable growers it represents in managing biosecurity procedures.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy says the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment report highlights that this issue is not as simple as whether agriculture is in or out of the ETS.
The Fieldays generated $430 million in sales revenue for New Zealand firms, up 9% from 2015, a new report has found.
It's all happening on Capitol Hill. US lawmakers are bracing for a charm offensive from the White House.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy is urging Fonterra farmers to go out and vote on the co-op’s governance and representation plan.
For New Zealand as a small and remote nation, international engagement and trade are major priorities.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has welcomed the announcement of a FarmIQ technology pilot in Sri Lanka.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy says an independent study shows Primary Growth Partnerships (PGP) can generate $6.4 billion by 2025.
The dairy sheep industry in New Zealand will be "turbo-charged" by a new $31.39 million Primary Growth Partnership (PGP), the Primary Industries Minister, Nathan Guy, claims.
The 'medium scale' drought gripping the east coast of the South Island is now officially the longest on record, and this classification is now extended to the end of the year.
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Honda Australia has signalled it will stop selling quads/ATVs in that country as the discussion about the effectiveness of Crush…
The 2020 NZ Share Farmer of the Year Nick Bertram has been stripped of his title.
The “mythology” of regenerative agriculture and lack of scientific evidence has prompted two renowned plant scientists to write to Ag…