30 March 2020
2 March 2020
Taranaki farmer and 2019 Dairy Woman of the Year Trish Rankin recently attended the annual agribusiness seminar at Harvard Business School in the United States. What she heard was astonishing. What she said shocked them.
3 February 2020
As the saying goes, you can’t fully understand someone until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes. And if you swapped the shoes for gumboots, Waikato farmer Ella Wharmby could tell you a thing or two about that.
2 December 2019
Kairanga dairy farmer and multi-sport enthusiast Mark Olsen is passionate about the positive effects exercise can have on a rural lifestyle.
4 November 2019
Southland farmers Reza and Silvia Abdul-Jabbar put their faith above everything and answered the call to help after the Christchurch mosque shootings. They talk to Sonita Chandar about their experiences and farming.
7 October 2019
Being a foreigner in a strange land is no barrier to progress in the dairy industry for one young woman from England.
2 September 2019
He can play it for laughs and he can play it serious. There’s a discerning side to social media star farmer Tangaroa Walker.
5 August 2019
Golden Bay dairy farmers Ben and Renee Riley are proving a small farm can offer big payback.
1 July 2019
Farmers are by nature independent, optimistic, proud, resilient and strong. But the perfect storm of terrible weather, prolonged market weakness, global trade wars and more is driving some farmers to breaking point.
4 June 2019
On Farm Story: Success in its rawest form
Northland sharemilkers Guy and Jaye Bakewell’s number-eight wire ingenuity is not only helping pay off their dairy cows faster but capitalising on consumers’ growing demand for raw milk.
Hold onto your hats folks, it could be a wild ride in the dairy industry but without all the fun of the fair.