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.
Northland student Devlin Gurr wants to land a coveted cadetship at Smedley Station in Hawke’s Bay.
A year ago Jack Ellingham was honing his shearing technique in a noisy woolshed at Waipaoa Station north of Gisborne.
Climbing behind the controls of a digger on a farm has helped teach a group of Kaikoura students about soil structures.
The isolated Canadian village of Miami couldn’t be more different to its flashy United States namesake.
Financially-savvy students are applying for a raft of agri-food scholarships to help cut the cost of university study.
Two students from Southland Girls’ High School have been selected for the trip of a lifetime to the United States.