Thursday, August 21st, 2014

Fieldays timelapse

See our timelapse video of Fieldays: before, during and after.

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Hannah Flatman with conservation dog Pip. Photo: Evan Xiao

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Canine conservationists on show at Fieldays

DOC enlists man’s-best-friend to help New Zealand’s endangered wildlife thrive again.

Fiat Chrysler Jeep climbs muddy tracks during demonstrations. Photo: Michelle Corbett

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First-timers scoop Jubilee Award

Reporter Rachael Clarke hits the track with Fieldays Jubilee Award Winners Fiat Chrysler New Zealand.

LATEST COLUMNS

Building an instant town

Since mid-May the weather had been superb. In the early mornings there were occasional fogs – the white sunshine of winter Waikato – but mostly there was light frost, crisp air, faded-jeans blue skies and clear days to get on with the job.

Award tops off pizza makers’ Fieldays

Mobile pizza company Mizzoni has taken out Best Food Vendor Site at Fieldays for the second time.

Author writes real life stories for kids on the farm

Author Peter Hills had always wanted to write children’s books and one day just sat in front of the computer and started typing.

Champions fundraise at Fieldays

New Zealand waka ama championship winners were among those fundraising at Fieldays 2014.

Light touch for vegetable growers

Fieldays brings an agricultural take to colourful LED lights.

Special breeds on show

Visitors to Fieldays can find rare animal breeds in the Breeds Arena at the end of L Street near the river.

New Zealand’s biggest starlet, Flossie the lamb

Who would win between a lamb and a chainsaw? Read on to find out.

Quad bike safety a ‘world first’

AG-Tech’s Lifeguard is back at Fieldays with its award winning roll bar technology.

Fencing battle all in the family

A father and son have battled it out in the Golden Pliers Singles championship.


2014 FIELDAYS EXHIBITORS

Print Editions of 2014 Fieldays Exhibitors

You can check out the 2014 Fieldays Exhibitor from Issuu.com

THE LIGHT SIDE

Men in aprons serve tea and scones

High tea served by rural bachelors gave a change of scenery at this Fieldays, Brooke Bath watched on.

The Rural Bachelors with their lucky dates

“If you can't get up in the mornings, don't work here. If you aren't a morning person don't apply”

Dushyant Parmar | LIC site

Hannah Flatman with conservation dog Pip. Photo: Evan Xiao

feature | interview

Canine conservationists on show at Fieldays

DOC enlists man’s-best-friend to help New Zealand’s endangered wildlife thrive again.

“If you can't get up in the mornings, don't work here. If you aren't a morning person don't apply”

Dushyant Parmar | LIC site

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