Drivers of electric vehicles won't have to worry so much about running out of juice for much longer.
Rural journalist Stephen Cooke says it is so bad for sheep and beef farmers across the ditch, many are considering selling out.
A new national policy has been presented to the government in an effort to help create long-term strategies for forest development.
As calving starts to get underway around the country, farmers need to look at the rumen development in a dairy calf.
Arguments about the football world cup, and controversial rowing opinions from Hamish - all in this sports wrap.
Sales of tractors are up more than 25 percent on this time last year and all sectors are showing buoyancy.
Here's a look back at RadioLIVE's Home & Garden for July 14th & 15th, 2018.
Morrison Farming is a family owned and operated agri-business that creates positive conversations online around the best in New Zealand farming.
DairyNZ is behind a project pairing up 150 schools to create empathy and real-world connections between rural and urban kids.
A recent report shows almost a quarter of New Zealand’s remaining native vegetation cover is on sheep and beef farms.
The Greens are wanting to deliver warm, dry, healthy homes while they are in government.
St. Bede's College students Angus Grant and Nick O'Connor were this year's TeenAg winners.
The NZVA says behaviour that fails to protect the welfare of animals also applies to situations where animals' basic needs are not met.
Who could say no to a cheap, easy and relaxed day at the trots on Sunday afternoon?
When we allocate feed for our animals, quantity and quality is obviously important.
An abysmal Hurricanes get dealt a psychological blow by the Chiefs in last night's clash.
Lifestyle farmers may not be the first to come to mind for biosecurity risks, but they are certainly being urged to take precautions.
NZ Pork calls Farmwatch's video footage misleading, where mating stalls are insinuated to be compromising animal welfare.
Online reviews suggest there could be an unflattering side to one of Gore’s only camping grounds.
The levy currently funds areas including biosecurity, resource management and labour requirements.
Eight workshops held around New Zealand have been informing farmers of research and policies being conducted to reduce emissions.
Joshua Brook took home the prestigious Rabobank Farm Management Project award for 2018.
Richard Loe and Hamish McKay discuss everything from the FIFA World Cup to the latest Super Rugby results.
Through the cold winters nights it’s great to dream of a warmer place to have a much needed break.
However, the labour skill set required to drive machinery and make winter feed may be more of a concern with the number of people wanting to do these.
Karen Williams has been voted in as the first woman to lead the federation's arable sector.
The Waipahi sheep farmer convincingly beat six other finalists.
Hamish won't let us forget he picked Belgium to perform well in the FIFA World Cup, and a big Crusaders win has Loey happy.
We catch up with the busy Damien O'Connor to discuss COO labelling, MPI payouts and M.Bovis updates.