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Hyundai Country Calendar – Series 2017, Episode 9

  • Sunday 9 Apr

G Cherries on Top: A traditional sheep and beef farmer plants a tart cherry orchard to diversify, and uses the cherries in healthy home-made dog biscuits, which he's now marketing to the nation.

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Hyundai Country Calendar Episodes

    • Sunday 17 Sep

    G 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.

    • Sunday 10 Sep

    G 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.

    • Sunday 3 Sep

    G 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.

    • Sunday 27 Aug

    G 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.

    • Sunday 20 Aug

    G 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.

    • Sunday 13 Aug

    G 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.

    • Sunday 6 Aug

    G 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.

    • Sunday 30 Jul

    G 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.

    • Sunday 23 Jul

    G 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.

    • Sunday 16 Jul

    G 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.

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