Meet the places and faces behind the New Zealand agricultural sector with Rural Delivery. Made with the support of NZ on Air
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Plant and Food Research looks into alternative species for aquaculture in New Zealand. Working with an independent soil consultant. And an award winning family run dairy operation and cheese producer.
A soil-based approach to sustainable dairying in Waikato. Angus yearling bulls are prepared for a National Sale in Manawatu. And the process of producing unique varieties of feijoa in Golden Bay.
Isolating milk proteins for fighting infections at Quantec. Pastoral development on hill country at Mt Linton Station. The Mt Linton Genetics programme produces success at the Sheep Industry Awards.
Research into the dietary requirements of farmed King Salmon. A new approach to farming reaps rewards for a Waikato dairy farmer. And a rural community effort in Taranaki protects a wetland reserve.
The search for a biological control against slug pests. The development of a farmers' water care group in Southland. And sharing lessons learned from setting up a sheep milking flock in Canterbury.
A new centre for dairying and science in Southland. A lifetime of commercial eel fishing in lakes and rivers around Waikato. And growing exotic trees and shrubs at Frank's Trees in Nelson.
Balancing performance, profit and environmental constraints on a Southland farm. And selling lamb to North America through Atkins Ranch.
A natural restoration project on unproductive farmland. How a business mentor has helped grow a Hawke's Bay shearing business. And the 2016 winner of the Steak of Origin competition.
Vertical integration in a multi-faceted agricultural enterprise is reaping rewards in Hawkes Bay. And a multi-generational dairy operation embraces independent thinking in Southland.
Controlling the tomato-potato psyllid at Plant and Food Research. The agricultural career path of a young Maori farmer. And the efforts behind ensuring the viability of our manuka honey industry.
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