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The dairy giant identifies climate change, water and waste as areas for improvement in its annual sustainability report.
Strict controls are in place for cattle exhibitors at Canterbury's A&P Show in Christchurch, in light of the cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis.
An Auckland businessman has been fined more than $26,000 for making false therapeutic claims about honey and failing to ensure he was a registered exporter.
Farmers and other stakeholders are being asked to have their say on legislation governing the nearly $17 billion diary industry.
The deer velvet industry is forecasting slightly higher production levels for the 2018-19 season, which got underway this month.
Horticulture New Zealand says the regional fuel tax is leaving some fruit and vegetable growers ten of thousands of dollars out of pocket.
Suzy the super-sized feral sheep who spent years evading farmers in the King Country is now minus her exceptional cloak.
The industry group New Zealand Avocado says it has big plans to grow exports to China now that access to the market has been secured.
The Ministry for Primary Industries will be testing 200 calf-rearing properties across the country as it tries to understand the prevalence of Mycoplasma bovis in beef herds.
The low final milk payout announced yesterday had been anticipated given the storms and drought that plagued the West Coast's dairy season, farmers supplying Westland Milk Products say.
Over 100,000 lambs are thought to have died in the spring storm which hit central and eastern parts of the North Island earlier this month.
Singapore's consumer watchdog has fined 13 fresh chicken distributors $26.9 million for engaging in anti-competitive agreements and price-fixing.
A West Coast beekeeper says his bees are resistant to the varroa mite but that decades worth of work may be lost unless he can urgently pull together enough money to keep his business running.
Good news for avocado lovers - prices could drop eventually as more homegrown avocados come on to the market.
The Commerce Commission has given interim approval to tighter controls on infant formula.
Fonterra's new $100 million plant in Canterbury will cater for the surge in popularity of cream cheese in Asia.
A high country farmer says there should be compensation for landholders affected by increasing visitor numbers.
Some beekeepers are opposing a planned levy on honey, saying it will sting small operators.
Taranaki iwi have spoken out against intensive farming in the region, in a new guide developed to help environmental management.
New Zealand's exclusive avocado access to Australia is under threat, with Mexico and Chile signalling interest in exporting avocados to the country.
Compensation is finally in sight for more than 500 farmers affected by a major seed mix-up.
An infant formula exporter says he's been fielding concerned calls from around the world about Mycoplasma bovis, and the government should be doing more to reassure consumers.
Zespri has reported a lift in earnings for the season, despite the volume of kiwifruit sold falling by 11 percent during that period.
A drone flying farmer says since bringing the technology on-farm, herding his livestock has become much less arduous. Video
Deer farmers around the country are building up their herds on the back of strong venison and velvet prices.