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Field of Dreams: A retiring couple's decision to plant grapes results in their entire family moving into wine making, and three generations are now producing wines in Central Otago.
Precious Bounty: An environmental hero combines oysters, livestock farming and conservation on his special patch of Waiheke Island, determined to leave the land better for future generations.
Life on the River: A south Westland family battle swollen rivers to muster their cattle out of the remote Arawhata Valley. They muster with horses and dogs, just as they've done for generations.
Meat and Greet: A young farming family works hard to build a business selling their own meat direct to customers. They're also busy working day jobs, running the farm and raising three children.
A Good Deed: When a Waikato policeman started spending his days off helping a struggling elderly farmer, he had no idea that he would fall in love with the land and end up owning the farm.
The Cowboy Way: Three family members use natural horsemanship methods on their north Canterbury farm and compete against each other in a new and fast-growing sport, Cowboy Challenge.
The Soil Beneath: An American couple's world-wide search for the best soil to make wine lead them to north Canterbury, where they create world class wine using biodynamic principles.
Bull Market: The fourth, fifth and sixth generations of a family continue a tradition of aiming to breed the perfect bull and strive for record-breaking prices at their annual on-farm bull sale.
Hard Nut to Crack: A macadamia nut grower hopes other Maori landowners follow her example to make a good profit from their land. She has spent 30 years finding the trees that give the best return.
Horse Talk: A couple who met through a mutual love of horses now have their own farm, where they have achieved their dream of spending their lives training both horses and riders.
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