It’s early morning in the Indonesian port city of Semarang. Renae Flett is on a highway teeming with trucks, cars and scooters.
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.