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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.

Returns Sunday 15 August

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    Season 2021, Episode 1
    • Sunday 21 Feb

    G Five children help to run their family sheep and beef farm, as well as helping their mother embark on a new venture producing honey.

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      • Sunday 18 Jul

      G A Central Otago couple turns their hands to distilling whisky and gin to complement the sheep, beef and cropping operations on their station.

      • Sunday 11 Jul

      G A couple set up New Zealand's only lime juicing operation on their Wairoa orchard, a breakthrough that means they can expand the business and provide income for others in the community.

      • Sunday 4 Jul

      G Old and new go hand in hand on a rugged high country Canterbury farm as a family finds ways to diversify and make a living on a station that's now home to the fifth generation.

      • Sunday 27 Jun

      G An Englishman with a dream creates an organic co-op of farms producing eggs, greens, meat and milk, proving a healthy agricultural footprint can create high end food for the masses.

      • Sunday 20 Jun

      G A Marlborough man harvests mussels for nutraceuticals and wild seaweed for natural fertilisers, and divides his time between the family rose nursery and his vineyard home.

      • Sunday 13 Jun

      G A young Manawatu woman juggles stock work on the family farm with breaking horses, dog training, tertiary study and working as a district councillor.

      • Sunday 6 Jun

      G A Chatham Islands family creates an international seafood export business, despite the many challenges of living in such a remote island setting.

      • Sunday 30 May

      G A Central Otago vineyard aims for a closed system in which all inputs come off its own land and are recycled back after the wine is made, so the only additional input is water.

      • Sunday 23 May

      G Where most of us see just weeds, Mike King sees sources of food and flavour after years of foraging wild plants for restaurants and teaching people about what's in their own backyards.

      • Sunday 16 May

      G A family move from town to whānau land on a remote island in Foveaux Strait south of Bluff, where they plan to farm sheep and produce mānuka honey.

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