Invercargill student Aimee Paterson isn’t one to shy away from a challenge – especially if it involves agriculture.
A student from a tiny Taranaki school with 17 pupils has qualified for the national final of a major agricultural contest.
A year ago Jack Ellingham was honing his shearing technique in a noisy woolshed at Waipaoa Station north of Gisborne.
Climbing behind the controls of a digger on a farm has helped teach a group of Kaikoura students about soil structures.
Guy Bakewell is a young herd owning sharemilker who is thinking outside the box to help pay off his dairy cows faster.
The isolated Canadian village of Miami couldn’t be more different to its flashy United States namesake.
An Auckland-based business graduate at Fonterra has been named the Northern FMG Young Farmer of the Year.
Financially-savvy students are applying for a raft of agri-food scholarships to help cut the cost of university study.
A North Otago woman is planning a new research project probing the cause of labour shortages in the agri-food sector.
A trained beauty therapist and make-up artist is vying to be the next FMG Young Farmer of the Year.