Waikato dairy farmer prepares to hitchhike from Auckland to Christchurch to raise awareness about The Big Feed telethon.
Agri-Women’s Development Trust and partners present a programme of events and tools to boost rural wellbeing.
To effectively navigate the times ahead we need to listen more, says Aimee Blake.
The Plymouth Brethren Christian Church has now donated $1.4m worth of posts, wire and more.
Surfing for Farmers gets folk out on the water after a tough year on farm.
Commence the Re-Fence was launched at the Fieldays in June, with Federated Farmers and the Farmy Army involved as partners.
Graham Christensen credits his success to the beauty of New Zealand farming scenes and ‘an exceedingly good tutor’.
Many have Commence the Re-Fence to thank for helping relieve rebuild pain.
Students ready to come to the aid of rural communities at a moment’s notice.
Garden to Table Charitable Trust to expand growing and cooking programme.
Agri Futures Clash of the Colleges to take centre stage at the NZ Agricultural Show.
South Otago family donates close to 6000 mince meals through Meat the Need charity.
Call for new farmers as Open Farms gears up for March next year.
Retired sheep and beef farmer Steve Wyn-Harris on a good deed that does not go unpunished.
Thirty caged hens given new life as free-range fowl with their own caravan.
Rural wellbeing programme chosen for co-op’s annual drive.
The prospect of rural NZ being filled with ‘zombie towns’ is not as likely as it once seemed, but challenges still remain for many.
In each episode, we lean into the lives of three women connected by a sense of place, as they share stories of courage, commitment and community.
In December it will mark 25 years of building connections in the dairy sector.
Matt Chisholm and Wayne Langford will again co-host the rural telethon The Big Feed.
Allan Barber remembers a beloved pet who cut his own path.
The way the two sections of society have united in the Netherlands should give politicians pause, says Nuffield scholar Kerry Worsnop.
McKerchars of Cave donate proceeds of ‘one of their best bulls’ to Meat the Need for four years running.
Covid’s ‘25 push-ups’ sensation and rough start to 2023 inspire fun day out.
Takes smaller role in charity he co-founded to concentrate on Feds duties.
An important part of the work is supporting farmers through conversations.
Focusing on stability for your people on farm will build better, long lasting relationships with your sharefarmers.
New charity rugby match is set to go ahead in the small town of Halcombe to raise spirits and funds for mental health.
Alan Emerson helps welcome a book chronicling five decades of Federated Farmers in Mid Canterbury.
Shared love of working with animals creates bond between students.
Ann Landers said: “It is not what you do for your children but what you have taught them to do for themselves that will make them successful human beings.”
With a quarter-century under its belt, charity drive auctions off more than 300 donated sheep.
Through the years, it has raised more than $41 million for IHC, funds that have had a transformative impact on the lives of those it serves.
NZ-grown produce and products find a new champion in Auckland.
It’s important to make the time to celebrate the love you have for your work – and your workers.
Agriculture’s young warrior women are an inspiration, says Cheyenne Wilson.