Two students from Southland Girls’ High School have been selected for the trip of a lifetime to the United States.
An event giving Invercargill girls a taste of the primary industries has more than doubled in size.
A group of Waikato students has had a glimpse at the careers on offer in the agricultural contracting sector.
Future food producer Penny Stilgoe hopes a passion for big machinery will help her see the world.
A Gisborne student has won a major accolade at an event design to educate young people about the sheep industry.
Brooke Pene is doing everything he can to achieve his dream of becoming a shepherd.
Students from two South Island schools have taken top honours at the national finals of the TeenAg and AgriKidsNZ competitions.
A group of students has visited a dairy farm operating Northland’s first fresh raw milk vending machine.
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.