A determined Palmerston North student has achieved a long-held goal of landing a cadetship in the food and fibre sector.
Four Canterbury high school students are preparing to compete in the coveted national final of a gruelling agri-food event.
It’s a hot day and Dannevirke cadet Connor McIntyre takes a break from digging a fence post hole in the dry soil.
Samantha Williams lives on a farm producing rare white truffles and wants to get more girls interested in the agri-food sector.
Southland student Hamish Goatley is using his love of tractors and machinery to make hay while the sun shines.
South Canterbury student Taylor Bird has spent three days honing his leadership skills at a unique course run by NZ Young Farmers.
Te Awamutu student Brad Greenhalgh has spent the start of the school holidays honing his leadership skills.
Northland student Devlin Gurr wants to land a coveted cadetship at Smedley Station in Hawke’s Bay.
Invercargill student Aimee Paterson isn’t one to shy away from a challenge – especially if it involves agriculture.
A year ago Jack Ellingham was honing his shearing technique in a noisy woolshed at Waipaoa Station north of Gisborne.