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Counting sheep a new challenge for Northland science students

Posted by on 21 September 2018 | Comments

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Counting sheep is often touted as a remedy to help troubled sleepers nod off.

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Lambs steal the show on Ashburton students’ visit to a local farm

Posted by on 10 September 2018 | Comments

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Newborn lambs have been used to help explain career opportunities in the agri-food sector to Ashburton students. 

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Entire Northland school visits farm on paddock to plate learning journey

Posted by on 3 July 2018 | Comments

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A national project is helping a Northland teacher combine her two passions of education and food production.

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Deaf students visit Canterbury farm to learn about agri-food opportunities

Posted by on 20 June 2018 | Comments

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Sign language has been used to help explain career opportunities in the agri-food sector to hearing-impaired Christchurch students.

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Amazing Race gives Auckland students a taste of primary industries careers

Posted by on 14 June 2018 | Comments

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South Auckland students have been given a taste of careers in the primary industries as part of an Amazing Race at Fieldays.

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Timaru students get a taste of cattle superfood as part of national project

Posted by on 12 June 2018 | Comments

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Most children usually screw their noses up if they’re forced to eat vegetables as part of a meal.

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Northland students take part in national agri-food programme

Posted by on 6 June 2018 | Comments

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Students from a Northland school are learning how technology is being used to produce food more efficiently.

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Almost 300 Taranaki students take part in agri-food careers day

Posted by on 9 May 2018 | Comments

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Two young Taranaki vets have used jaw bones and preserved cattle body parts to get kids excited about careers in veterinary science.

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