Counting sheep is often touted as a remedy to help troubled sleepers nod off.
Newborn lambs have been used to help explain career opportunities in the agri-food sector to Ashburton students.
A national project is helping a Northland teacher combine her two passions of education and food production.
Sign language has been used to help explain career opportunities in the agri-food sector to hearing-impaired Christchurch students.
South Auckland students have been given a taste of careers in the primary industries as part of an Amazing Race at Fieldays.
Most children usually screw their noses up if they’re forced to eat vegetables as part of a meal.
Students from a Northland school are learning how technology is being used to produce food more efficiently.
Two young Taranaki vets have used jaw bones and preserved cattle body parts to get kids excited about careers in veterinary science.