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.
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.
It’s a cool, crisp King Country morning as Kent Weir climbs into the cockpit of his topdressing plane.
Six Alaskan huskies pant excitedly as they haul a red sled carrying Russell MacKay across a vast frozen lake in Canada.
Isabelle Crawshaw thrives on the adrenalin of running events, especially ones that showcase the country’s vibrant agri-food sector.
Invercargill student Aimee Paterson isn’t one to shy away from a challenge – especially if it involves agriculture.
A student from a tiny Taranaki school with 17 pupils has qualified for the national final of a major agricultural contest.
A year ago Jack Ellingham was honing his shearing technique in a noisy woolshed at Waipaoa Station north of Gisborne.