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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.
A Te Puke family who diversified into avocados 40 years ago enjoy seeing new growth in the industry as two exporters join forces to expand markets in Japan and Australia.
Two families farm cattle in a remote south Westland valley. They enjoy the adventure of being off-grid as they join together to muster cows and calves for the annual sale.
A Canterbury family grows barley and turns it into malt which they sell to international craft brewers. Their traditional cropping farm is now home to a state-of-the-art malt-house.
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.
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