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Ted Dreckow is a founder of NZ's only national merino shearing and woolhandling champs.
Kate Hughes proud to be the fourth generation to farm Shenley Station in South Canterbury.
Caitlin Brooks (25) has been breeding Murray Greys since she was a teenager.
Slater, who is stepping down as CEO of B+LNZ after 27 years, is confident about industry.
Will and Emily Murray defended their title to win grand champion prize Wanaka A&P Show.
A busy and anxious season of sheep dog trialling continues in Hawke's Bay.
Organisers delighted with entry numbers for 2021 competition at Earnscleugh Station.
Second wave of African swine fever in China expected to slow efforts to rebuild its herd.
Mike Carr has had a calling to be a farmer since he was 8 years old.
Steve and Vicki Sanders encourage their children to have interests outside the farm.
The school was closed after funding was cut for a supervisor.
MfE questions accuracy of B+LNZ study on NZ sheep and beef farmers' carbon emissions.
"It is absolutely critical that we fortify our first line of defence," MIA CEO says.
"Surf and turf" theme for Limousin Beef Breeders' Society NZ's annual meeting this year.
Sheep can carry and potentially spread parasite behind the bovine anaemia epidemic.
NZ Merino Company, Allbirds, Icebreaker and Smartwool working with 167 sheep growers.
"There's a pretty strong feeling that enough is getting to be enough."
Wiltshire sheep shed their wool naturally so do not need shearing, crutching or tailing.
"Any drop in livestock numbers may jeopardise viability of jobs in rural communities."