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Primary Producer: Country Calendar celebrates the life of producer Frank Torley with an episode in which Frank tells his own story, originally aired to mark the show's 45th birthday in 2011.
50 Golden Years: Hyundai Country Calendar celebrates its 50th birthday by revisiting families it has filmed in the past to see what has and hasnt changed on the land.
Season Final: One Big Family: A West Coast woman who runs a dairy farm with a big emphasis on family life brings the same values to the team on the Landcorp farms that she also manages.
Generation Next: The third generation on a North Otago high country station follow in their forebears' footsteps and continue the farm's tradition of innovation.
Fruit of the Soil: A father and daughter spend years working to create a successful truffle industry in North Canterbury and their dogs are finding increasing amounts of valuable black gold.
Soggy Bottom: A couple turn their rough swampy land into the perfect place to run free-range heritage breed pigs, then start an on-farm butchery and kitchen, using traditional English recipes.
Eight is Enough: When their parents become too ill to work, the teenagers from a family of eight children take over running their North Otago orchard, to avoid having to sell the land.
Lease of Life: Two women farm a leased property in the foothills of the Ruahine Range, where they raise sheep and train working dogs, including animals given up by other farmers as useless.
Changing Landscapes: A couple moves from their island home in the Marlborough Sounds to take over managing a massive sheep station in the MacKenzie Country owned by a family of artists.
Wet and Wild: A conservationist leads teams of international student volunteers who are restoring one of New Zealand's most significant privately-owned wetlands south of Dunedin.
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