Initially established as an inhouse programme by Lion New Zealand, Alcohol&Me is now reaching nearly 30,000 New Zealanders.
The first robotic milker in a southern hemisphere high school is running at Feilding High School, Manawatu.
An EIT foursome have achieved a first as the only students to win gold in New Zealand's Bragato Wine Awards.
Lincoln University students are scouring the country to discover new insect species and keep ahead of potential threats to agriculture and the environment.
The New Zealand horticulture Industry has created an integrated, robust and thriving foundation from which it is ready to “explode into future success”, says Waikato University student Jack Keeys.
Sponsoring students to attend the national conference is one way Horticulture NZ has set out to engage the next generation.
The Hound understands the recent crowing by Massey and Lincoln universities about the ‘huge growth’ in ag student numbers this year needs to be put into perspective.
FOLLOWING THE Canterbury A&P show, the Synlait Boys and Girls Agricultural Club, last week held their own championship day at Canterbury Agricultural Park.
TOO MANY information technology students are overlooking the technological needs and opportunities of the primary sector, even though career prospects are high and the potential for new discoveries with scientific and commercial value considerable.