Attending the AgriKidsNZ Grand Final in Invercargill next month will have special significance for Marton mother Hayley Grant.
There is a new student at the helm of the TeenAg club at Whangarei Boys’ High School.
Sign language has been used to help explain career opportunities in the agri-food sector to hearing-impaired Christchurch students.
Chandra Garrod-Harvey now has a major incentive to join Central Taranaki Young Farmers.
A Hawke’s Bay teenager has seized the opportunity to volunteer at the largest agricultural event in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Prime Minister has encouraged Auckland students to consider a career in the primary industries.
South Auckland students have been given a taste of careers in the primary industries as part of an Amazing Race at Fieldays.
Most children usually screw their noses up if they’re forced to eat vegetables as part of a meal.
Craig Wilson is one of a growing number of NZ Young Farmers members who have travelled overseas to plant and harvest crops.
Blake Carter is living an agricultural contractor’s dream.