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Take a look at iconic rural Kiwi life in New Zealand's longest running television series! Made with the support of NZ on Air.

Sundays at 7pm on TVNZ 1

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    Season 2018, Episode 1
    • Sunday 18 Feb

    G New Season: A dairy farmer uses every inch of his 37 hectares branching into forestry, tourism and ducks. Off the farm he reinvents himself and finds love on the dance floor.

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      • Sunday 18 Nov

      G Spring Fever: A Rangitikei family that's farmed sheep and cattle on the same land for 154 years, has moved with the times while keeping alive traditional values and their love of farming.

      • Sunday 11 Nov

      G Milk Made: A woman manages one of the country's largest and most innovative sheep dairy operations on the shores of Lake Taupo. The former possum trapper employs her husband to help.

      • Sunday 4 Nov

      G Organic Growth: A Hawke's Bay couple takes on seven thousand free range chooks to add to their sheep, cattle and pigs at their organic farm, despite having no formal agricultural training.

      • Sunday 28 Oct

      G Pie in the Sky: A Waikato couple produces and sells handcrafted pies, gourmet steaks and craft beer, after falling in love with raising cattle, following the liquidation of their computer business.

      • Sunday 14 Oct

      G Caring for the Kaipara: A Northland couple have won awards for the way they care for their farm, their livestock and the Kaipara Harbour which borders their property and provides food and recreation.

      • Sunday 7 Oct

      G Set in Stone: A sixth generation family balance the history and tradition of more than 160 years, with new technology and modern methods on their north Canterbury coastal sheep, beef and deer farm.

      • Sunday 30 Sep

      G Turn of the Tide: A fisherman returns home to Northland's Hokianga Harbour to work the tides, catching flounder from a small dory that was hand-built by his father.

      • Sunday 23 Sep

      G At the Cape: The sixth generation of a Hawke's Bay family add tourism to their income, with shearing demonstrations and glamping to ensure a farming future for the next generation.

      • Sunday 16 Sep

      G Survival of the Fittest: A family forestry business rises to the challenge of finding staff to do the hard work needed to meet the Government's plan to plant a billion trees in the next 10 years.

      • Sunday 9 Sep

      G Manuka Man: A beekeeper plants manuka trees so he can harvest top-quality honey from his bush blocks near Gisborne to supplement the income from his citrus orchard.

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