280417-SN_0012 Jessica Lee Bella Howe Emelia Cox Rabobankfeature

From the ground up

Rabobank is determined to change the attitude towards careers in agriculture, one student at a time. It’s (more)

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Ploughing a straight furrow

It was a great weekend for Mid Canterbury ploughmen at the national championships. Rakaia ploughman Gordon (more)

Andrew Hoggard

Immigration a tough question

Perhaps it goes against the grain of the average Kiwi to have some sympathy for politicians, but there’s no doubt (more)

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Cooking up a storm

This year’s Rural Women’s school holiday programme was so popular it involved a waiting list. On Thursday, (more)

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Student to see how water interacts

Money left by the late Ian Glassey is helping a Canterbury University masters student look at how groundwater and (more)

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High-powered MAR group

A high-powered group, including a Methven farmer knighted for his services and achievements in agribusiness, has been (more)

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‘Sheep on steroids’

They may look like sheep on steroids but the introduction of the double-muscled Beltex breed could change the game (more)

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Time to drop the value add message

Craig Hickman, Elbow Deep @dairymanNZ One of the advantages of being a dairy farmer on a social media platform (more)

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Future ambassador

Ben Haley, 24, has been pegged as a future ambassador for the dairy industry. The Mid Canterbury man works on (more)

Kerry Higgins has his eye on farm ownership.

Making their mark in dairy

Kerry Higgins was working  in Parliament’s security services when he decided it was time to go back to his (more)

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