Two Napier Boys’ High School students have been named the FMG Junior Young Farmers of the Year.
An Auckland-based business graduate has made history after being named the 51st FMG Young Farmer of the Year.
Four Canterbury high school students are preparing to compete in the coveted national final of a gruelling agri-food event.
A unique project is using the agri-food sector to help improve the literary skills of a boys’ English class in Motueka.
Olivia Buick heads the country’s largest TeenAg club and is determined to pursue a career in the agri-food sector.
Six Alaskan huskies pant excitedly as they haul a red sled carrying Russell MacKay across a vast frozen lake in Canada.
*Turakina stock manager Alex Field is preparing to represent the Taranaki/Manawatū region at this year’s FMG Young Farmer of the Year Grand Final in Hawke’s Bay.*
*Joseph Watts is hoping for a hometown advantage when he competes in this year’s FMG Young Farmer of the Year Grand Final in Hawke’s Bay. It’s the Waipukurau technical field representative’s first shot at the prestigious title.*
*Fonterra business graduate James Robertson is preparing to represent the Northern region in this year’s FMG Young Farmer of the Year Grand Final in Hawke’s Bay. At just 22, he’ll be the youngest competitor.*
*North Canterbury shepherd Georgie Lindsay will make history in July when she becomes the first woman to represent the Tasman region at the FMG Young Farmer of the Year Grand Final.*