A determined Palmerston North student has achieved a long-held goal of landing a cadetship in the food and fibre sector.
A new family-owned boutique milk business is set to bring the clink of glass milk bottles back to Canterbury streets.
A national education programme inspiring students about opportunities in the food and fibre sector is set to feature on Country Calendar.
Samantha Tennent pulls on a yellow hi-vis vest before entering a barn the size of eight rugby fields.
Chris Hursthouse is proof you don’t have to grow up on a farm to be successful in the agri-food sector.
A group of Waikato students is learning how robotics is being used to overhaul careers in the agri-food sector.
A former cadet at Smedley Station in Hawke’s Bay has been named the inaugural MYF Rural Student of the Year.
Feilding has hosted an event testing the agricultural skills of high school students from across the lower North Island.
An organisation helping to nurture young people in the primary industries is set to benefit from a Northland farmer’s invention.
A new competition has been launched to test the farming skills of students at Massey University in Palmerston North.