Sarahs Country

Sarahs Country

Keratin particles in wool are a game changer for farm-gate prices I Tom Hooper, Wool Source

Sarah is super excited about the future of wool after this episode - it is truly wool reimagined!...

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Met the woman at MfE tasked with implementing regulation to farmers I Sara Clarke, Ministry for Environment

Curious about how 'those bureaucrats in Wellington' think? Sarah Perriam, host of Sarah's Country...

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How do we turn compliance into value with trust & transparency?

It goes without saying when you are in a relationship, the ultimate glue to the longevity of that...

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World-class marketing for world-first miniature apple I Julian Smith, Rockit Apples

Parents for generations have tried to preach to their children that apples are packed with good...

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We are back with Season 3 on Monday!

A short message from Sarah Perriam to share the excitement of being back with three new episodes...

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The dog feeder transforming rural mental health I Gerard Richards, DuraTech

Rural mental health can now benefit from a simple, effective Kiwi invention that attracted crowds...

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Sheep farmers surveyed in shift to more sustainable future I Jemma Penelope, Lincoln University

The early findings of a survey show that New Zealand sheep farmers' are feeling they are...

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Urban Kiwis keen to buy food direct from farms to support sustainability I Dr James Turner, Our Land & Water

It turns out, according to new research, that Kiwis - urban and farmers - share similar views on...

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Capitalise on quantified health benefits of food for natural health market I Samantha Gray, BioEquitas

Following Covid Consumers like never before are wanting to stay healthy and are searching for...

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Resilient communities & bold leadership needed I Abby France, FMG

Having known Abby France for over a decade as a friend, this episode provides an insight into two...

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Autonomous vineyard tractors solve more than labour crisis I Andrew Kersley, Smart Machine

Deep knowledge of what is happening amongst the vines is now able to be collected in the process...

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Fixing the labour shortage & attracting talent collaboratively I Eve Williams, Primary ITO

Despite the government's efforts to reduce our reliance on migrant workers, there has always been...

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Plain ol OJ turns Superfood at 3-generation Gisborne orchard I Henry Witters & James Crow, 73’ Citrus

A great tale of the next generation making change to the orchardists have been price-takers of...

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Councils collecting water quality info flawed, real-time monitoring a gamechanger for landowners I James Muir, Riverw...

From making an award winning documentary they discovered that the method of councils collecting...

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How do we reduce bobby calves economically? I Julia Jones, David Williams & Dr. Sarah Bolton (AUS)

Our consumers are concerned about bobby calves, so how do New Zealand dairy farmers work to...

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Environmental award celebrates continuous improvement among deer community I Grant Charteris, Hawkes Bay

Evolving their farming around deer's natural browsing patterns and building shared values for the...

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Overseas organic vs locally sourced: Where to draw the ‘sustainable’ line? I James Denton, GoodFor

How we consume to alleviate the guilt of our individual impact on the planet is now a fixture of...

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Twin sisters mission to connect soil & human health I Katie & Sarah Vickers, Farmlands & BePure Clinic

Chronic disease globally is linked to the gut microbiome, so what if the food New Zealand...

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Fixing the price of strong wool: What are we missing? I Andy Caughey, Craig Smith & Tom O’Sullivan

It used to be worth $10/kg to farmers in the 80’s, now farmers are throwing it into gullies...

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