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03:34
One of the nation’s biggest growers fears she’ll have to close due to overseas pickers allocation.
Kiwis could pay more than double the price for strawberries this season, grower warns
Over 200 newborn calves die in fire near Oamaru
03:33
It involves being towed through a drain behind a vehicle while on a wakeboard.
Wairarapa farmer turns flooded paddock drain into rural extreme sport
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Pictures sent to 1 NEWS show cows struggling to move in the mud.
Winter grazing activists: 'We've had farmers intimidate us'
02:46
The dairy giant made a loss of $196 million last year, and it's going to be worse this time around.
Government won't step in for Fonterra farmers as $675 million loss looms - Ardern
08:58
New Zealand's gene editing laws need an overhaul, country's top scientific body says
02:46
The dairy giant made a loss of $196 million last year, and it's going to be worse this time around.
'Farmers and unit holders will be rightly frustrated' - Fonterra signals massive loss
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It’s blaming underperforming investments in South America, China and Australia.
Fonterra forecasts up to $675 million loss for financial year
06:49
Report co-author Anita Wreford talks to Breakfast about the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate change’s latest findings.
NZ's choices can influence other countries, scientist says, as UN report warns of climate change impact
02:17
The intergovernmental panel on climate change says high meat and dairy consumption is fuelling global warming.
High consumption of meat and dairy is fuelling climate change, UN report warns
For Lynda Burgess the Government's action plan has come as very sad news.
Mud from paddock closes Southland kindy, as council cracks down on winter grazing breaches
Winter cropping practices 'unacceptable', Government says
01:59
Feedback’s being sought on a $28 million upgrade to the local port to cope with growth of marine farming.
Locals fear mussel farming expansion plan could spoil Golden Bay's 'outstanding natural character'
01:13
Raymond is pulling out all the stops on his farm near Taihape.
Watch: Best landlord ever? Kind-hearted Kiwi farmer constructs insulated wool home for his dogs
A muddy front tyre of a tractor against a rolling rural background.  Focus on the foreground.  Ample sky space left for copy.
Otago dairy company fined $39,000 for effluent discharge
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But is this all a storm in a non-milky suction cup?
Milk, burger, patty - Federated Farmers accuse vegans of stealing product descriptions
06:25
HUHA president Carolyn Press-McKenzie discussed the group’s concerns.
New Zealand in 'a little bit of a crisis around animal welfare', rescue group says
Farm managers to pay $24k after stream had faecal levels 640 times higher than recommended
They plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Taxing agricultural sector before applying technology is 'nonsense', says National
02:51
They plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Government under fire for how it released climate change report
PM defends Shane Jones Fonterra comments
Fonterra commits to reducing coal use, pledges recyclable, compostable packaging by 2025
06:13
Terry Copeland says his organisation has agreed only to work with the Government on reducing emissions.
Federated Farmers: We have not agreed to any Emissions Trading Scheme
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The National Party leader says the Government should look at technology to offset greenhouse gass emissions from livestock.
Simon Bridges says proposed Emissions Trading Scheme a 'cheeky tax grab', better options for farmers out there
Cattle Cow Farm in New Zealand. You can even see sheep on the typical green hills in back.
Sale of Westland Co-operative Dairy to foreign buyer given green light
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The agreement, involving one of the country’s biggest polluters, is being hailed a breakthrough.
Agricultural emissions in ETS firing line – interim climate change report
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"I would always like to move faster, always," when asked by Jack Tame if the Government were working fast enough in response to climate change.
James Shaw 'frustrated and making progress' on climate change action
02:07
Rural contractors contributed $1.5 billion to GDP last year, but despite growth, business are struggling to fill positions.
'It's not just about steering a wheel' – growing need for rural contractors in NZ and around world
Sheep Farm.
Police investigating after three sheep deliberately shot near Clutha
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The inventors hope the software will eliminate the need for costly ear-tags.
Groundbreaking facial recognition software under development in Dunedin - for sheep
03:54
Dogs around the area have been attacking and killing sheep in numbers that no one has seen before.
Hawke's Bay farmer wants dogs attacking sheep put down after 'demoralising' spate
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