Barry O'Neil was elected by HortNZ board, replacing Julian Raine who has stood down to pursue other business interests.
Imagine a rural community where fresh milk is kept cool in the shade and electricity is non-existent.
After initial disagreements over the share of cost, B+LNZ and Dairy NZ have come to terms with the eradication cost split.
Landcorp has suggested to the Tax Working Party that New Zealand farmers should pay more taxes.
It can be a fine balancing act looking after profitability and sustainability, but the right paddock monitoring tools from Carrfields can help.
The updated tool can give farmers a quick approximation of their carbon footprint.
We're talking St Kentigern College and Sarah Perriam getting back into kayaking.
Hamish McKay and Richard Loe discuss the week's biggest results and make their picks for the weekend's games.
NZ Merino are partnering with the kiwi entrepreneur to produce this extraordinary world first.
Fifteen farmers from the United Kingdom have been travelling around New Zealand.
"We're doing a lot more with a lot less and the land is totally different."
Organic products made in New Zealand will soon be defined by a mandatory national standard.
The poacher was already considered a recidivist offender.
The Government has come under fire for quietly scrapping plans for seven regional stations to be manned 24/7.
In Canterbury, all farms requiring land use consent to farm must produce an environmental plan to support it.
The Ministry for Primary Industries has made an announcement this week that the feeding of iHemp to any animal is in breach of law.
DCANZ executive director Kimberly Crewther says that if the change in quotas goes ahead, New Zealand won't have the same trade opportunities.
The Red Meat Profit Partnership is encouraging farmers to seek farm succession advice with new workshops.
'Pure Intentions' is out now!
Despite rising emissions, James Shaw says there are areas where New Zealand has seen progress.
Hamish McKay and Richard Loe break down the week's biggest results and make their predictions for Saturday's games.
"Local communities do go backwards because there’s been no money spent and there’s no one living there.”
Farmers are taking advantage of cutting edge technology that aims to save time and boost farm returns.
Hamish McKay and Richard Loe offer their hot takes on the weekend's biggest sporting results.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern opened the new Auckland research centre this week after a lengthy redevelopment project.
The government has increased the cap by 1,750 to 12,850 workers in the Recognised Seasonal Employer scheme.
The National Party's primary industries spokesperson Nathan Guy discusses the increasing labour shortages.
At the end of the month current general manager Lindy Nelson will leave, with new leader Lisa Sims taking over.