South Otago sheep farmer Logan Wallace has been named the 50th FMG Young Farmer of the Year.
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.
Finalists competing in the FMG Young Farmer of the Year Grand Final will arrive in Invercargill today.
Silver Fern Farms former general manager of marketing Sharon Angus has joined the board of NZ Young Farmers as an appointed director.
Logan Wallace has introduced Texel genetics into his Romney flock to help produce bigger lambs faster.
Cameron Black has dreamed of competing in the FMG Young Farmer of the Year since he was a young boy.
Last spring Andrew Wiffen accomplished a breeding goal many New Zealand dairy farmers strive for, but never achieve.
Patrick Crawshaw works for a Hawke’s Bay agribusiness fully utilising crops and the latest pasture species to fatten lambs.
It’s only taken Will Taylor two years to turn a bare block of land on the outskirts of Feilding into a productive lamb finishing unit.