Take a look at iconic rural Kiwi life in New Zealand's longest running television series! Made with the support of NZ on Air.
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A farmer breeds top eventing and show-jumping horses by letting them run free on his Gisborne hill-country farm, where they develop their own unique style and spirit.
Living the Life: A couple aim to grow all their own food in a sustainable way on their Waikato farmlet. Cows, pigs and ducks live beneath a canopy of trees that yield fresh fruit all year round.
Every Lamb Counts: A Wairarapa family runs a high-tech intensive-care lamb orphanage in spring to increase their flock's survival rates. Their young boys play an active role in the life of the farm.
Future Farmers: Year 7 and 8 pupils at a Northland school buy seed and fertiliser to plant their own crop on unused school land, aiming to make a profit and learn about the realities of farming.
Catch and Cook: A coastal couple on an historic farm carve out a lifestyle on the wild Wairarapa coast. They're kept busy with cattle, kai moana and teaching at their cooking school.
A Bit of a Dag: A colourful character farms cattle on the shores of Lake Pukaki. His floral shirts and unconventional farm vehicles are added attractions to his Hobbit film location tours.
Super Fruit: A former share-milking couple plant a blueberry orchard and develop a boutique fruit ice cream outlet near Matamata, despite knowing nothing about horticulture beforehand.
Water Boy: A young commercial fisherman in Whitianga fishes sustainably for his family's future. His long trips to sea chasing snapper are complemented by days off surfing with his family.
Starting Young: A twelve year old boy and champion sheep breeder sets his eye on the top prizes at the Hawke's Bay A and P Show. His family's stud rams also attracts buyers from across the Tasman.
Tending the Flock: A former international gold-medalist target shooter runs her farm single-handedly on North Island's Central Plateau. She's also a priest at Taihape's Anglican Church.
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