Confronting yet gentle portraits of the New Zealand men and women who spend day in, day out, butchering animals.
Lisa Kendall is the fourth female to make it to the grand final of Young Farmer of the Year in its 48-year history.
What it means to be Māori and a guest on your own land
We went bush to learn about rongoā—the indigenous medical practices of Māori using New Zealand's natural resources.
I'm a farm kid, and a journalist, and right now that's an awkward position to be in.
We spoke to Wellington author Rhydian Thomas about critiquing New Zealand politics and fetishising cows in his first book.
We meet the 26-year-old battling to protect one of the few remaining heritage rural spaces in Auckland from urban creep.
Without formal education, the paddocks, bush and beach become classrooms.
“We thought we were pop stars for five minutes.”
I almost never talk about being from Kawerau, not out of embarrassment, but because people make assumptions about your life.
Stolen livestock is estimated to cost New Zealand farmers $120 million a year, yet most thefts are never reported to the police. We find out just where those $10 meat packs come from.
"If the horse is releasing an emotion from anger, or it's releasing from a reaction to something a human's done, that can be quite uncomfortable."