New Zealand’s most hotly contested competitions for rural youth have expanded due to phenomenal growth and are open for entries.
October marks the launch of a very special anniversary when the FMG Young Farmer of the Year celebrates the start of the 50th contest season.
The CEO of NZ Young Farmers is applauding the Government's announcement that Landcorp farms will be offered to young farmers.
Deciding to ‘have a go’ at a District Contest and Skills Day of the FMG Young Farmer of the Year six years ago led to Nigel Woodhead becoming New Zealand’s 49th champion.
Three Geraldine High School students were awarded the AgriKidsNZ national champions trophies at a special presentation at their school.
NZ Young Farmers Competitions Co-ordinator David Highsted is ‘having a go’ in the first stage of the FMG Young Farmer of the Year and is calling for others to join him.
For the coming 2 years, NZ Young Farmers welcome back Jason Te Brake, as current Chairman and newbie Hamish Best (Grand Finalist) to the board.
A female-duo from Whangarei wins first place by 50 points in the highly competitive TeenAg Grand Final contest. While an entourage travelled all the way from Geraldine to Feilding to support their team, who came first in the AgriKids Grand Final Competition.