South Otago sheep farmer Logan Wallace has been named the 50th FMG Young Farmer of the Year.
Students from two South Island schools have taken top honours at the national finals of the TeenAg and AgriKidsNZ competitions.
Hundreds of people have celebrated the 50th anniversary of New Zealand’s longest-running agricultural contest.
A group of students has visited a dairy farm operating Northland’s first fresh raw milk vending machine.
A national project is helping a Northland teacher combine her two passions of education and food production.
Finalists competing in the FMG Young Farmer of the Year Grand Final will arrive in Invercargill today.
An event testing the agri-business skills of high school students from the Manawatū and Taranaki has attracted a huge turnout.
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.