At Shingly Creek Station, Julie Kearney is getting into bees.
Focus on Farming (Spring '17)
When Will Bragg left school, all he wanted to do was work with horses.
When Emma Crutchley first expressed an interest in farming as a career, her father told her she could ‘‘probably make more money doing something else’’.
In a nutshell, Emma Higgins describes her job as a communicator of dairy information.
Generations of the Scott family, from Waikouaiti, have invested heavily in preserving and enhancing the ecology of their land.
Kathryn McRae jokes that she is ‘‘one of those strange people’’ who gets excited about parasites and lungs.
There's a bit of a family affair going on at Waipori Station.
Dunedin veterinary science student Paul Blondell is looking forward to finishing his studies so he can ‘‘get out there and make a difference’’.
If Jamie Ward wasn’t working at AgResearch, he expects he would still be working in the rural sector.
Being able to work outdoors in the spectacular Catlins environment, where she grew up, beats a 9 to 5 office job any day, Cara Meyer reckons.