A new family-owned boutique milk business is set to bring the clink of glass milk bottles back to Canterbury streets.
Christchurch is set to host the national final of an iconic contest showcasing the country’s food and fibre producers.
A talented trio from Tapanui in West Otago has taken out the national final of a hotly-contested agri-food competition.
Two Napier Boys’ High School students have been named the FMG Junior Young Farmers of the Year.
An Auckland-based business graduate has made history after being named the 51st FMG Young Farmer of the Year.
Two Otago/Southland farmers are set to join the board overseeing the FMG Young Farmer of the Year contest.
*Southland sheep and beef farmer Matt McRae is preparing to compete in this year’s FMG Young Farmer of the Year Grand Final in Hawke’s Bay. It will be his last shot at taking out the prestigious title.*
*Joseph Watts is hoping for a hometown advantage when he competes in this year’s FMG Young Farmer of the Year Grand Final in Hawke’s Bay. It’s the Waipukurau technical field representative’s first shot at the prestigious title.*
*Fonterra business graduate James Robertson is preparing to represent the Northern region in this year’s FMG Young Farmer of the Year Grand Final in Hawke’s Bay. At just 22, he’ll be the youngest competitor.*
*North Canterbury shepherd Georgie Lindsay will make history in July when she becomes the first woman to represent the Tasman region at the FMG Young Farmer of the Year Grand Final.*