Rangiwahia student Angus Brodie has spent part of the school holidays honing his leadership skills.
Managing a farm with 40 hectares of flats that flood and hills that turn brown at the first hint of summer can be a juggling act.
Having a glass of wine with lunch used to be a daily occurrence for former “travelling winemaker” Chelsea Smith.
Jaime McCrostie milked her first dairy cow when she was 14-years-old after asking the neighbour to teach her.
James Holgate can often be found striding across the Taranaki farm he manages armed with a rising plate meter.
The fencing skills of two NZ Young Farmers members from the Northern Region look set to be tested in Invercargill.
A sell-out crowd of 300 people has attended a comedy night to promote rural wellness in Cambridge.
Gore sheep farmer Logan Wallace has joined the race to be crowned the 50th FMG Young Farmer of the Year.
Milton twins James and Laura Scanlan will face-off against each other in the TeenAg Grand Final in Invercargill.
Southland student Kayla Calder has spent the start of the school holidays honing her leadership skills.