An economist says farmers will continue to provide the backbone in getting the economy through the coronavirus hurt.
Farmers are not immune to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and should plan ahead to avoid a tough winter, Feds vice president says.
Food producers and suppliers are adapting fast to survive the lockdown and help keep the nation fed.
Bev and Stu Fletcher could be forgiven for thinking their ewes had put on some extra summer weight.
Former finance ministers Steven Joyce and Bill English say the Government is failing hard-hit businesses.
Independent butchers can process pork for supermarkets but still can’t open their doors.
June 1 is moving day for hundreds of sharemilkers and their herds – but how could that happen during a lockdown?
“Independent growers won’t be planting again because they’ve got nowhere to sell what they’re growing.”
Tasman District Council report says staff believe consultants’ reports contemplated the possibility of rockfill breaking down.
The pork industry could be left with nowhere to house up to 5000 fast-growing pigs a week during lockdown.