A Fieldays roadie

A sight that never fails to thrill Brad Markham. Overlooking the Fieldays agricultural expo at Mystery Creek.

Opinion: There are never enough hours in the day when you visit Fieldays.

British back at Fieldays

British High Commissioner to New Zealand, Jonathan Sinclair at Fieldays.

The British were back at Fieldays for the first time in 17 years.

Tractor Pull thrills

An aerial view of the Tractor Pull area alongside the mighty Waikato River.

Modified tractors, the farming equivalent of boy racers, delighted spectators at Mystery Creek.

Punters spend up at large

Power Farming's marketing director Brett Maber believed it had been a great Fieldays from a sales perspective.

Siteholders at this year's Fieldays say farmers are splashing the cash.

Hawke's Bay fencer in form

Tony and Shane Bouskill of Hawke's Bay win the 2017 Silver Spades competition for the first time as a duo and are only ...

After winning the 2016 Golden Pliers title, Shane Bouskill declared he'd had enough and was retiring.

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