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Report measures lambing performance and forecasts lamb and sheep exports for 2021.
Damien O'Connor has been has warned that the primary sector faces strong headwinds.
Feds November banking survey shows fewer farmers feeling undue pressure from their banks.
Overall though, more Kiwi farmers are pessimistic than optimistic about the year ahead.
The agtech and foodtech accelerator's new leader comes with strong business credentials.
The blueprint built on the first red meat sector strategy adopted in 2011.
Geopolitical tensions between China and Australia could affect NZ in a number of ways.
Early Christmas present - prices up are across the board in the latest GDT auction.
The High Court has ruled correct procedures were followed in the sale of Westland Milk.
Wool a "wonderful fibre" but people had forgotten how it worked says SWAG's Andy Caughey.
The man is accused by the SFO of conspiring with a prominent business leader.
You've heard from the brokers. Now here are the everyday investors.
Bumper year for investment bankers - who made the most money?
Prices paid to dairy product manufacturers fell sharply in the September 2020 quarter.
CEO says sustainability at the root of the CRA8 Rock Lobster Industry Association.
Sealord accused of not making a genuine effort to employ Kiwis on its Russian trawlers.
Sanford's will not pay a final dividend after its net profit fell by 46 per cent.
The company expects to employ about 500 seasonal and 100 permanent staff next year
There are still jobs up for grabs in the Bay of Plenty's booming dairy industry.