A Rotorua-based winery is enjoying success at its first year attending Fieldays.

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The ‘wheel-of-misfortune’ draws the crowds at Fieldays

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Ecoland’s Smart Feeder offers a new alternative to harmful pest control.

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Land your dream job

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A new campaign by NZX Agri is aiming to get young people into the primary industries.

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The Te Kuiti Meat Processors showed Fieldays punters how to get the most from a lamb carcass while still producing beautiful cuts of meat.

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Calf and Rural Scheme a fundraiser to train volunteer friends to better lives for people with intellectual disabilities.

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Chips fly for charity

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Three of New Zealand’s top chainsaw carvers have been put to the test for charity as a part of Stihl Festival of Logging Skills.

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An Aussie brought a V8 to Fieldays and the crowds lapped it up.

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New Zealand Transport Agency is back at Fieldays for its seventh year to promote safety on all roads, from rural to highways.

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As they assembled on the Village Green stage early Wednesday morning, the Fieldays 2014 Rural Bachelor of the Year competitors looked like sheep being led to slaughter. But one of those sheep was not like the others.

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

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Waikato police are urging the public to be conscious of their belongings at Fieldays as reports of stolen property continue to filter in.

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Clouds might be the only thing filling the sky over kiwi farms if drone manufacturer Aeronavics has anything to do with it.

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

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

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The third-day of Fieldays brings beautiful weather… and 10km of traffic congestion

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Hungry Bin brings back its simple idea to Fieldays of composting food-scraps using New Zealand tiger worms.

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