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Rural Delivery – Saturday 16 Jul 2016

  • Series 2016, Episode 20

G Creating high value industrial materials from wool at Texus Fibre. The productive feijoa and capsicum business of Southern Belle. And producing artisan cheese and milk at Wangapeka Family Dairy.

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Saturday 16 Jul 2016
  • Series 2016, Episode 20
  • Rural Delivery Episodes

      • Series 2016, Episode 40

      G Final: The search for a bio-control agent to combat the Argentine Ant. A career change that resulted in dairy awards for a farm manager. And Scion research on integrating paua shell into bio-plastics.

      • Series 2016, Episode 39

      G Residents on Otago Peninsula work to make it predator free, including an award-winning farmer who has been living there all his life. And the search for better deer genetics at AgResearch Invermay.

      • Series 2016, Episode 38

      G A multi-party dairy industry study searching for more efficient feed conversion genetics. Federated Farmers' outstanding advocate for 2016. And finding a potential anti-fungal agent in feijoas.

      • Series 2016, Episode 37

      G An effort to reduce the impact of a feijoa pest in Northland. A look around the Otago operation of the supreme winners of the 2015 Dairy Business of the Year. And a visit to Donaghy's in Dunedin.

      • Series 2016, Episode 36

      G Advances in technologies for horticulture at Robotics Plus. Adding value to wilding pines and plantations by ForestPlus Oils. And a visit to enduring Rotorua tourism venture, the Agrodome.

      • Series 2016, Episode 35

      G Introducing French genetics into a South Canterbury sheep stud. Sustainable improvements through a partnership programme. And improving radiata pine genetics at ArborGen's Te Teko nursery.

      • Series 2016, Episode 34

      G The development of an electric utility farm bike in the Bay of Plenty. A visit to an Angus stud at historic Te Whanga Station in Wairarapa. And harvesting mandarins in Kerikeri.

      • Series 2016, Episode 33
      • 22 days left to view

      G Owl Farm in Cambridge; a farm for students, farmers and the public. A community-minded dairywoman working for Bay of Plenty farmers. And salt production for agricultural use at Dominion Salt.

      • Series 2016, Episode 32
      • 15 days left to view

      G The impact of effluent on Waikato peat soils. Collective strength mitigates nutrient losses from a Bay of Plenty dairy farm. And Harbourside Macadamias set to produce for the next 100 years.

      • Series 2016, Episode 31
      • 8 days left to view

      G The pursuit of consistent avocado yields at Plant and Food Research. A business intent on cleaning up the countryside, one farm shed at a time, and the secret to making a good pie in Maketu.

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