Bigger plans on the way for Fieldays

2014 National Fieldays

Planning is already well underway for next year's Fieldays, as the team celebrates the success of the most recent event.

Chile chases youngster's invention

2014 Fieldays Young Inventor of the Year Patrick Roskam, 12. Young inventor Patrick Roskam is on an upward trajectory of success following his acceptance of his latest award.

A brave new world

Hamilton's Mystery Creek Pavilion is filled with the latest in agribusiness offerings for the Fieldays. Technology is set to make farming a push-button business in the next decade.

Sculpture's timely entry

Morrinsville farmer Tony Gray at work on a wire sculpture. A farmer's history as a hoarder proves a useful talent in visual arts.

Upbeat over tech future

Robyn and Phillip Dibble with their children, from left, Naoni, 3, Jack, 8, and Alex, 6. When Nick and Anita Jurgens talk about their farming future, son Zander is at the forefront of their thoughts.

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